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Kenji Miyazawa 80th Memorial Exhibition His Universe of Pictures and Poem

更新日:
平成25年7月1日

Kenji Miyazawa (1896‒1933) is the author of many classic children’s stories such as Night Train to the Stars, Matasaburo of the Wind and The Restaurant of Many Orders, as well as poems such as Ame ni mo makezu (Be not defeated by the rain) and Eiketsu no asa (Morning of the last farewell). Miyazawa’s works are back in the spotlight following the Great East Japan Earthquake.
During Miyazawa’s life, his home province of Iwate was hit by two disasters along its Sanriku Coast from major earthquakes and suffered a large number of bad harvests. These difficult times prompted Miyazawa to refer to Iwate by a fictional name, Ihatov, and to try to build a utopia there. Miyazawa’s universe represents a light of hope out for the people seeking to recover from the unprecedented damage of the recent earthquake.
This exhibition features about 200 items, including the notebook in which the original Ame ni mo makezu was written, watercolors and other original materials from Miyazawa’s own hand, together with original illustrations by other artists that have been used to illustrate his stories.
The exhibition aims to convey the heart of Miyazawa’s universe in the hopes that it will serve as a guiding light for the future.
(Please note that some materials will be switched out during the exhibition. The original Ame ni mo makezu notebook will be on display July 13‒26,and Miyazawa’s original watercolors will be on display August 3‒16. At other times, reproductions will be on display.)

Dates and time:
July 13 (Sat.) to Septembar 16 (Mon., Holiday) 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Last admission 5:30 p.m.)
Venue:
Setagaya Literary Museum (1-10-10 Minamikarasuyama)
Closed:
Mondays (except for July 15, September 16 ,National Holiday), and July 16 (Tue.)
Admission:
General 800(640) yen, College and High school student 600(480) yen, over 65 years old and holders of disability certificates: 400 (320) yen, those who are under Junior high school student are free
※ ( ) = Group admission, "Setagaya Arts Card" is available with discount.
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