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Updated: April 26, 2019

The Works of Yuji Miyazaki, Illustrator for Films: At the Centenary of Kinema Jumpo Magazine キネマ旬報創刊100年記念 映画イラストレーター 宮崎祐治の仕事

National Film Archive of Japan, 3-7-6 Kyobashi, Chuo City, Tokyo
2019-4-23 - 2019-8-25

100 years after the first publication of the film magazine “Kinema Junpo”, this exhibition looks at the work of Yuji Miyazaki, whose charming illustrations have appeared in the magazine for over 40 years. His work includes depictions of scenes from films and caricatures of domestic and international film personalities, past and present, and is familiar to all Japanese movie buffs. This exhibition showcases precious posters from early in his career as well as unreleased works - many of which are his original authentic illustrations - allowing visitors to see his love for cinema through his art.

How to Get There

  • Kyobashi Station | Exit 1 | 1 min on foot
    Ginza Line
  • Takaracho Station | Exit A4 | 1 min on foot
    Asakusa Line
  • Ginza-itchome Station | Exit 7 | 5 min on foot
    Yurakucho Line

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Contact

Opening Hours

  • 11:00-18:30
    *Open until 20:00 on last Friday of every month
    *Last admission 30 minutes before closing
  • Closed Mondays

Price

Adults

¥250

*Discounts available for students, seniors and people with disabilities

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Facility Info

  • Restrooms | Smoking area |
  • English |
  • Elevator | Automated external defibrillator (AED) | Disabled parking | Automatic doors | Handrails | Wheelchair ramp | Western-style toilet with handrail | Accessible restrooms | Baby changing facilities | ostomate restrooms | Wheelchair loan | stroller loan | Floor height difference in facility |

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