Traveling exhibition from The National Art Center, Tokyo
Anno Hideaki's latest film, "Shin Evangelion the Movie," for which he served as general director, has grossed over 10 billion yen at the box office and continues to set records. This exhibition covers his past works that he participated in when he was an animator, as well as his latest work as a director and producer, and delves into the secrets of his creative activities. In addition to precious original drawings and miniatures from his "anime" and "tokusatsu" works, which were his starting point, the exhibition includes a vast amount of handwritten notes and illustrations from his amateur days to the present, as well as a wide variety of production materials from scripts, settings, image sketches, storyboards, layouts, original drawings to miniature sets, which are indispensable to the creation of his unique images. This is the first exhibition in the world to exhibit all the materials.
|Location||870-0036, Japan 2-1 Kotobuki-cho, Oita City|
|Venue||Oita Prefectural Museum of Art 1F, Exhibition Room A|
|Period||February 14, 2022 (Mon) - April 3, 2022 (Sun)|
General Admission 1,500 (1,300) yen for adults and university students High school and junior high school students: 1,000 (800) yen
Elementary school students 800 (600) yen
Ages 3 and up: 400 (300) yen
Tickets Prices in parentheses are for advance purchase and for groups of 20 or more paying visitors. Free admission for children under 3 years old, free admission for Oita Prefecture Arts and Culture Friends Association Bibi KOTOBUKI, half-price admission for one accompanying person (up to two times), free admission for TAKASAGO (up to two times), free admission for UME group, free admission for persons with disability certificate and one accompanying person.
Please note that this information is subject to change without notice. Please note that this information is subject to change without notice.
|Access||About 15 minutes on foot from JR Oita Station. About 10 minutes by car from Oita IC|
|Parking||Yes (with material)|
Oita Prefectural Art Museum
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Oita City, Oita Prefecture 870-0008 14-1 Oji-Nishi-Town
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Oita Prefectural Museum of Prehistory
4-1 Oji-Nishi-Town, Oita City, Oita Prefecture,870-0008
Oita City Museum of Art
865 Ueno, Oita 870-0835, Japan 865 Oaza Ueno, Oita City, Oita Prefecture