Keiko Sena exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the birth of "Nenai Kodareda" will be held at Event Square on the 8th floor of Matsuya Ginza. The session is from December 27, 2020 to January 12, 2021.
Keiko Sena is a picture book writer known as the author of "Nenai Kodareda" and "Megane Usagi". A simple yet original picture book created using the technique of pasting pictures with motifs such as ghosts, youkai, and rabbits has become a long-selling book that many parents and children will read.
At the Keiko Sena exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the birth of "Nenai Kodareda," about 250 original picture book drawings and valuable materials, including the four-volume series of "Iyadaiyada no Ehon," which was her debut picture book, were exhibited. The whole picture of Keiko Sena's creation will be introduced, including the work of magic lanterns and picture-story shows before her debut as a picture book writer, and her recent activities.
Exhibition original products that can only be obtained at the venue are also available. Various related goods including about 140 kinds will be sold. During the exhibition period, a menu in collaboration with "Keiko Sena Exhibition" will be offered at the MG Cafe in Restaurant City on the 8th floor.
The outline of the Keiko Sena exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the birth of "Nenai Kodareda" is as follows.
■ Date: December 27, 2020-January 12, 2021 ■ Venue Matsuya Ginza 8th Floor Event Square ■ Opening Hours 10 am-8pm
* Closed at 7:30 pm on December 27th and January 11th, 6:00 pm on December 31st, and 5pm on the last day * 9:30 am to 7:30 pm on January 2nd Closed * Admission is 30 minutes before closing * Closed on January 1st.
■ Admission fee General 1,200 (900) yen, high school student 700 (500) yen, junior high school student 500 (400) yen, elementary school student 300 (300) yen * Advance fee is in parentheses. Advance tickets will be sold at Lawson Tickets from early November to December 26. * Ticket purchase details will be updated as soon as they are decided on the exhibition official website. * Numbered tickets may be distributed during times of congestion.
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