the media for art, culture and events in Kanagawa prefecture.
【d】  企画展「俳優緒形拳とその時代 ―戦後大衆文化史の軌跡―」
Art / photography Theater / dance traditional culture

[D] Special exhibition "Actor Ken Ogata and his era-The trajectory of postwar popular cultural history-"

Yokohama History Museum 
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Ken Ogata is a leading actor in postwar Japan who has been active in various fields such as theatrical performances, television, and movies for about 50 years since he joined the theater company Shinkokugeki in 1958. He is also an "actor related to Yokohama" who spent most of his life in Yokohama. The era in which Ogata was active overlaps with the era in which Japan after the defeat and the existing media are changing rapidly. In this exhibition, in collaboration with Tokai University, which has organized materials related to Ogata, we will try to take a bird's-eye view of the history of popular culture in postwar Japan from the footsteps of Ogata and position it in modern history.

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  • Hour
    9: 00-17: 00 (Ticket sales are 16:30) <br /> * Subject to change to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection
  • Address
    1-18-1 Nakagawachuo, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama
  • Ticket type / Fee
    General: 500 yen High school / university student: 300 yen Elementary / junior high school / Yokohama city resident 65 years old and over: 100 yen
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