Ukiyoe-shi, Utagawa Hiroshige has described various renowned spots with his drawing.
"Meisho Hiroshige" exhibition which commemorates the 160th anniversary of Hiroshige's death, offers an introduction to three of all his breathtaking works : "Fuji", "Tokaido", "Edo" in each period above. Give into a series of his works, "Meisho" into which people in the Edo period used to.
August 14th 2018 ~ November 25th
Part 1 : August 14th ~ September 17th "Fuji"
Part 2 : September 19th ~ October 21st "Tokaido"
Part 3 : October 23rd ~ November 25th "Edo"
09:00 ~ 17:00 ( Last Entrance : 16:30 )
Every Monday, December 28th ~ January 4th.
297-1 Yui, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka-city, Shizuoka
General Admission : 510 yen ( 410 yen )
University, College, & High School Students : 300 yen ( 240 yen )
Junior High School & Elementary School Students : 120 yen ( 100 yen )
Preschoolers : Free
***FEES BETWEEN PARENTHESIS ONLY APPLIED FOR A GROUP OF MORE THAN 19 PEOPLE.
- Museum located in Yui-Honjin Park and named after The Edo period's Ukiyoe-shi, Hiroshige Utagawa.
- Furnished with approximately 1,400 works. Offering a monthly exhibition of different works.
- Experiencing a print sliding is available ( Non-Free ). Multi-colored printing is also enjoyable.