Moomin: The Art and the Story, celebrating 75 years of Moomin and 100 years of diplomatic relations between Japan and Finland
The world's only "Moomin Museum" is coming!
The Moomin series, created by Tove Jansson (1914–2001), the mother of Finnish artists, is beloved by many through a number of mediums like novels, picture books, newspaper comics, animations, and merchandise. This exhibition offers viewers a chance to see approximately 500 pieces capturing the intrigue of the series' imaginative art and deep story.
Period: Saturday, December 7, 2019–Sunday, January 19, 2020
Closed: Wednesday, January 1 (national holiday), 2020
Time: 10:00 AM–7:30 PM
*Last admission 30 minutes before closing
*Closes at 6:00 PM on 12/31/2019 and on the last day, 1/19/2020
Venue: Matsuzakaya Art Museum (7th floor of the South Building, Nagoya Matsuzakaya)
Adults: 1,300 yen, high school/university students: 1,000 yen, elementary/junior high school students: 700 yen (free for children under elementary school age)
Special bun hairdo discount
Throughout the Moomin exhibition period, event-goers sporting hair done up in a bun like Little My, one of the series' popular characters, are allowed entry with 200 yen discounted from the normal price.
*If your hair is too short to put into a bun, you may receive the discount by decorating your head with something resembling a bun.
●Directly connected underground from Yaba-cho Station on the Meijo subway line (from Exits 5 and 6)
●5-minute walk south from Exit 16 of Sakae Station on the subway