From scripts to posters to paintings. A special exhibition that follows in the footsteps of the famous actor Ken Ogata!
「Special exhibition "Actor Ken Ogata and his era-The trajectory of postwar popular cultural history-"」
This exhibition traces the footsteps of actor Ogata Ken, who is associated with Yokohama, and gives a bird's-eye view of popular culture history along with the rapidly changing postwar Japanese society, and positions it in modern history. This exhibition can be enjoyed not only by theater and movie fans, but also by many people who have lived in the Showa period and Heisei after the war. This exhibition will be held in collaboration with Tokai University, which is conducting research on Ogata's valuable archives, with the great cooperation of various organizations related to Ogata's activities.
Today, many cultural activities, including theater and theatrical performances, are greatly affected by the corona virus. It would be great if we could send ale to the people who "act" and "watch" through the footsteps of Ogata, who has survived the rapidly changing times.
Tickets will be released on Saturday, September 26, 2020 !!
Special exhibition "Actor Ken Ogata and his era-The trajectory of postwar popular cultural history-"
[Date and time] October 3rd (Sat) -December 6th (Sun) 9: 00-16: 00
[Venue] Yokohama History Museum
[Closed] Monday (open on November 23), November 24 (Tuesday)
[Fee] General ¥ 500, high school / university student ¥ 300, elementary / junior high school student ¥ 100 (permanent exhibition not included)
[Organizer] Yokohama History Museum, Tokai University
[Inquiries] 045-912-7777 (Yokohama History Museum)
[Time-designated online ticketInformation] Please see the official website of the Yokohama History Museum for purchase and details. Ticket sales for this exhibition are scheduled to begin on Saturday, September 26, 2020.
Experience the entire history of Yokohama
The museum is popular for its circular permanent exhibition room with no fixed route and for its extensive exhibitions held 5 to 6 times a year.
This is the only museum that deals with the history of Yokohama from primitive and ancient times to modern times. Various events such as the manufacturing workshop "Rekishi Kobo" and lectures / lectures are also held.
In addition, there is "Otsuka Saikachi Ruins Park" adjacent to the museum, and the unevenness of the Yayoi period such as the pit dwelling has been restored. Volunteer guides will be available to explain the archaeological park at any time.
Please come and experience it!
Address1-18-1 Nakagawachuo, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Business Hour9:00 to 16:30 (admission and ticket sales until 16:00) * The park (excluding the Otsuka site) is open 24 hours a day
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