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Tokyo

Title DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS EXHIBITION
European Masterworks from Across the Atlantic Ocean
Period Friday, October 7 – Saturday, January 21, 2017

※Closed: Friday,October 21

Opening Hours 9:30-16:30 (Fridays 9:30-20:00)

※Last admission 30 minutes before closing

Venue The Ueno Royal Museum
1-2 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0007, JAPAN
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Access ・Approx. 3 minutes walk from the Koen exit of JR Ueno Station
・Approx. 5 minutes walk from the Tokyo Metro or Keisei Ueno Station
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Admission
(tax included)
  DOOR ADV
Adults ¥1,600 ¥1,400
College &
high school students
¥1,200 ¥1,000
Junior high &
elementary school students
¥600 ¥500

・Advance tickets on sale from July 9 – October 6, 2016.
・Free for children preschool and under.
・Group rates - 20 or more people
・Free admission for visitors with physical disabilities (ID required) and one accompanying person.

Organised by Fuji Television Network, Inc./The Sankei Shimbun/PIA Corporation/The Ueno Royal Museum
With the Support of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
Grant by The Embassy of the United States of America, Tokyo
With the Special sponsorship of RICOH Company, Ltd.
With the Sponsorship of Nissha Printing Communications,Inc.
With the Cooperation of Delta Air Lines, Inc./Yamato Logistics Co., Ltd.
supervision Nobuyuki Senzoku
(The Professor emeritus of Seijo University/The Director of Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum)
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Osaka

Title DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS EXHIBITION
European Masterworks from Across the Atlantic Ocean
Period Saturday, July 9 – Sunday,September 25, 2016

※Closed: Monday (except for July 18,Aug 15,Sep 19) and July 19(Tue)

Opening Hours 9:30-17:00(Last admission 16:30)
Venue Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts
1-82 Chausuyama-cho,Tennoji-ku,OsakaCity 543-0063, JAPAN
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Access ・5 min. walk from "Tennoji Sta." of Subway Midosuji & Tanimachi Line (exit No.5), "JR Tennoji Sta.", "Kintetsu Abenobashi Sta."
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Admission
(tax included)
  DOOR ADV
Adults ¥1,500 ¥1,300
College &
high school students
¥1,000 ¥800

・Advance tickets on sale from April 27 – July 8, 2016.
・Free for children Junior high school and under.
・Group rates - 20 or more people
・Admission free for visitors with physical disabilities (ID required) and one accompanying person.

Organised by Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts/Kansai Telecasting Corporation/The Sankei Shimbun
With the Support of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan/Osaka prefecture Goverment/Osaka City Board of Education/Sankeisports/Ukan Fuji/SANKEI LIVING SHIMBUN Inc./Osaka Broadcasting Corporation/TSS-TV Co., Ltd./Okayama Broadcasting Co., Ltd.
Grant by The Embassy of the United States of America, Tokyo
With the Sponsorship of Nissha Printing Communications,Inc.
With the Cooperation of Delta Air Lines, Inc./Yamato Logistics Co., Ltd.
Planning and Production Fuji Television Network, Inc.
supervision Nobuyuki Senzoku
(The Professor emeritus of Seijo University/The Director of Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum)
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Toyota

Title DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS EXHIBITION
European Masterworks from Across the Atlantic Ocean
Period Wendsday,April 27 - Sunday,June 26, 2016

※Closed: Monday (except for May 2)

Opening Hours 10:00-17:30(Last admission 17:00)

※Friday,May13,May 20,May 27 and Friday in June 10:00-20:00(Last admission 19:30)

Venue Toyota Municipal Museum of Art
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Access ・15 min. walk from Meitetsu Toyotashi Station or Aichi Kanjo Railway Shin Toyota Station
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Admission
(tax included)
  DOOR ADV
Adults ¥1,400 ¥1,200
College &
high school students
¥1,000 ¥800

・Advance tickets on sale from March 1 – April 26, 2016.
・Free for children Junior high school and under.
・Group rates - 20 or more people
・Admission free for high school students and over 75 years old residents in the Toyota City.
・Admission free for visitors with physical disabilities (ID required) and one accompanying person.

Organised by Toyota Municipal Museum of Art/Chunichi Shimbun Co., Ltd./Tokai Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd./Nikkei Inc./Himawari Network/FM Toyota
With the Support of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
Grant by The Embassy of the United States of America, Tokyo
With the Sponsorship of Nissha Printing Communications,Inc.
With the Cooperation of Delta Air Lines, Inc./Yamato Logistics Co., Ltd.
Planning and Production Fuji Television Network, Inc.
supervision Nobuyuki Senzoku
(The Professor emeritus of Seijo University/The Director of Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum)