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Updated: July 31, 2019

Midsummer cherries shine in the dark. ―Summer Exhibition Yozo Hamaguchi 真夏のサクランボは闇に輝く。―浜口陽三 夏の銅版画展―

Musée Hamaguchi Yozo: Yamasa Collection, 1-35-7 Kakigaracho, Nihonbashi, Chuo City, Tokyo
2019-07-24 - 2019-09-23

Cherry motifs in copperplate prints

Yozo Hamaguchi (1909-2000) was one of the foremost printmakers of the 20th century. His works, filled with a tranquillity that draws the viewer in, are popular the world over to this day. This exhibition focuses on Hamaguchi’s many works bearing a cherry motif, including copperplate prints and lithographs. Also, to enable visitors to feel closer to the world of Hamaguchi’s work, the museum has been decorated with floating cherries, which appear to have escaped from their picture frames. A number of other events are also taking place at the same time, including a display of “Movement act”, a piece that became famous on social media, as well as a copperplate print class and coloring book workshop.

How to Get There

  • Suitengumae Station | Exit 3 | 1 min on foot
    Hanzomon Line
  • Ningyocho Station | Exit A2 | 8 min on foot
    Hibiya Line
  • Ningyocho Station | Exit A5 | 10 min on foot
    Toei Asakusa Line

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Contact

Opening Hours

  • 11:00-17:00
    *Open from 10:00 on weekends, holidays
    *Open until 20:00 on the first and third Fridays of July and August
    *Open until 20:00 on the first and third Wednesdays and Fridays of September
    *Last admission 30 minutes before closing
  • Closed Mondays
    *Open on the following Mondays: August 12, September 16 and September 23
    *Closed on the following Tuesdays: August 13 and September 17

Price

Adults

¥600

Facility Info

  • Restrooms | Dining facilities |
  • Western-style toilet with handrail | Floor height difference in facility |

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