THE HOKUSAI ―Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji and A Long-Lost Picture Scroll

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THE HOKUSAI ―Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji and A Long-Lost Picture Scroll

July 20, 2021(Tue.) - September 26, 2021(Sun.)
Almost 100 representing Hokusai's works will be exhibited through 1 and 2 term of the exhibition period, including the two masterpieces of The Sumida Hokusai Museum Collection: the series of “Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji” and the “Scenery on Both Banks of the Sumida River” picture scroll. And a brazier made from the woodblocks for “Hawk and Cherry Blossoms” is being exhibited for the first time.
Term 
July 20th - September 26th
1 Term: July 20th (Tue) -August 22th (Sun)
2 Term: August 24th (Tue) -September 26th (Sun)
Hours
9:30-17:30 (last admission 17:00)
Closed:
Every Monday
Or the following day if it is a national holiday.
*Open: Mon 9 Aug, Mon 20 Sep
*Closed: Tue 10 Aug Tue 21 Sep
Organizers
Sumida City, The Sumida Hokusai Museum

Exhibition Concept

This exhibition focuses on two masterpieces in the Sumida Hokusai Museum collection, Hokusai’s Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji series and the long-lost Scenery on Both Banks of the Sumida River picture scroll, whose rediscovery, after a century, when our museum opened caused a sensation. They are part of about a hundred widely admired works by Hokusai on display. This exhibition’s wealth of delights also includes two remarkable sights, both being exhibited for the first time: three different versions of Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji: Rainstorm Beneath the Summit displayed side by side and a brazier made from the woodblocks for Hawk and Cherry Blossoms and other prints. We hope that, through the wealth of Hokusai masterpieces on display, you will enjoy experiencing Japan’s beauty throughout the four seasons, famous places on the Sumida River, famed as sightseeing destinations since the Edo period, and Hokusai’s peerless brushwork and creative power.

Exhibition Highlights







List of Works

List of Works「THE HOKUSAI ―Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji and A Long-Lost Picture Scroll」

Admission Fees

 
Adults
H.S / Univ. Students
65 and over
J.H.S Students
Disabled peoples
Elementary school students
Individual
1,200
900
900
400
400
Free
  • Not available for advance tickets and group discounts.
  • Junior high, high school, and university students (including technical college, vocational school, and special training college students) will be requested to show student ID.
  • Adults 65 and over will be requested to show a document verifying age.
  • Persons with a certificate such as the following plus one accompanying person are admitted discount of charge: physical disability, intellectual disability, rehabilitation, mentally handicapped health and welfare, atomic bomb victim health notebook, etc. (Please show your certificate at time of admission.)
  • Use of these tickets is limited to the day on which the exhibition is visited and allow you to see AURORA (Permanent Exhibition Room), too.

Access

              Access Map, here
              5-minute walk from Toei Oedo Line Ryogoku Station A3 exit.
              9-minute walk from JR Sobu Line Ryogoku Station East exit.
              5-minute by Sumida Loop Bus from the JR Sobu Line Kinshicho Station North exit. Get off at the
              “The Sumida Hokusai Museum (Tsugaruke kamiyasiki ato) Stop”.
           
             
 

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