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2020.08.25

Introducing the charm of celluloid dolls, which are retro but new, from various angles

横浜人形の家 Holding period: 2020.09.05 ~ 2020.11.08
Ends in 9 days

「"What is a nostalgic and new celluloid doll?" Exhibition」

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Celluloid, which appeared as a material before the current plastic material in the late 1800s, was made from that material from the 1860s. It was actively made in Japan until the 1950s, and many children were impressed by its unique touch.

In this exhibition, not only will celluloid dolls be exhibited from various angles such as "materials", "history", and "production process", but also the production background and production background will be focused on the activities of Hirai Toy Mfg. Co., Ltd., which is currently the only celluloid doll in Japan. Introducing "Miko", a lucky charm of Hirai Toy Mfg. Co., Ltd. and a representative doll that shows various faces by painting clothes and faces.

Introducing the charm of celluloid dolls, which are retro but new, from various angles

[Exhibition contents]
(1) Until celluloid is formed
Introducing what the material called celluloid is made of, in fact, it is made from unexpected plants.
(2) Celluloid dolls from around the world
Introducing celluloid dolls made in various countries including Europe.
(3) Japanese celluloid doll
Introducing Japanese celluloid dolls, which are a valuable personal and corporate collection.
(4) Introduction of Hirai Toy Mfg. Co., Ltd. and Miko
Introducing celluloid toys, molds, and various Miko dolls made by Hirai Toy Mfg. Co., Ltd., the only workshop that makes celluloid dolls in Japan.

[Related event]

: # 33cccc "> [Reception on the day] Painting of celluloid dolls

Introducing the charm of celluloid dolls, which are retro but new, from various angles
* The image is an image

Draw a face or pattern on the celluloid doll. Color the celluloid doll with acrylic paint. Safe even for beginners! Eiichi Hirai will kindly teach you.

[Date and time] September 12th (Sat), September 13th (Sun) 10: 00-12: 00/13: 00-15: 00
[Place] Yokohama Doll Museum 3F Event Space
[Lecturer] Eiichi Hirai (Hirai Toy Mfg. Co., Ltd.)
[Capacity] Reception at any time on the day / First 30 people capacity (15 people for each doll)
[Entry fee]
(1) Miko doll ¥ 2,500 (2) Animal doll ¥ 150 * A separate admission fee (adults ¥ 400 / elementary and junior high school students ¥ 200) is required.

[Reception on the day] Making can badges of Miko

Introducing the charm of celluloid dolls, which are retro but new, from various angles
* The image is an image

We will make a can batch of Miko that even small children can easily make. Let's enjoy retro Miko's photos with glitter stickers.

[Date and time] October 3rd (Sat) and October 4th (Sun) 10: 00-12: 00/13: 00-15: 00
[Place] Yokohama peopleShape House 3F Event Space
[Capacity] Reception at any time on the day / First 100 people capacity
[Participation fee] ¥ 200 * A separate admission fee (adults ¥ 400 / elementary and junior high school students ¥ 200) is required.

[Celluloid doll sale]
We sell celluloid dolls Miko and lucky dolls made by Hirai Toy Mfg. Co., Ltd. In addition, Yokohama Doll Museum original Miko dolls will be on sale.

[Going out Miko-chan]
Miko is a small doll that you can take to various places to take pictures. Taking advantage of its charm, Miko will introduce various wonderful places and events in Yokohama.

[Outing Miko-chan ZOOM background distribution]
During the exhibition period, Miko's ZOOM background will be distributed free of charge from the website. Some photos taken by Miko going out to various places in Yokohama are also distributed. Please use all means.
Photographing cooperation: Kanagawa Museum of Modern Literature, Sankeien Garden, News Park (Japan Newspaper Museum)

"What is a nostalgic and new celluloid doll?" Exhibition
[Session] September 5th (Sat) -November 8th (Sun) 9: 30-17: 00 (Last admission 16:30)
* Closed every Monday, transfer closed on the following weekday if it is a national holiday
[Venue] Yokohama Doll Museum 2F Multipurpose Room
[Admission fee] Adults <High school students and above> ¥ 600 / Children <Elementary and junior high school students> ¥ 300
* The above includes the admission fee (adults ¥ 400 / children ¥ 200) ・ Preschoolers are free to enter
[Cooperation] Sekiguchi Co., Ltd./Takoyaki Chief
Tail / Hirai Toy Mfg. Co., Ltd.
[Shooting cooperation]
Daibu Jiro Memorial Hall / Kanagawa Modern Literature Museum / Kanagawa Prefectural History Museum / Sankien / News Park (Japan Newspaper Museum) / Bank ART1929 / Berwick Hall / Nippon Yusen Hikawamaru / Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse / Yokohama Archives of History / Yokohama Triennale / Yokohama City Development Memorial Hall / Yokohama Eurasian Cultural Center, etc.
[Inquiries] 045-671-9361 (Yokohama Doll Museum)
[URL] https://www.doll-museum.jp/6345

  • Yokohama Doll Museum
  • Yokohama Doll Museum
  • Yokohama Doll Museum

Yokohama Doll Museum is a doll museum that can be enjoyed across generations with the concept of "Puppet Fureai Cruise from Yokohama to the World". More than 1,000 dolls are always on display, including regional dolls and precious dolls made by Living National Treasure. We also hold special exhibitions and events that the whole family can enjoy. There is also a museum shop and cafe on site.

  • Address
    18 Yamashita-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
  • TEL
    045-671-9361
  • Business Hour
    9: 30-17: 00 (Admission until 16:30) Closed every Monday (If the corresponding day falls on a national holiday, the next day) Year-end and New Year holidays

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