- Permanent Exhibition Closed when the temporary exhibition is closed.
Nihon Eiga: The History of Japanese Film
From the NFAJ Non-film Collection
Location: Gallery (7th floor)
Hours: 11:00am-6:30pm (admission until 6:00pm)
*Last Friday of every month: 11:00am-8:00pm (admission until 7:30pm)
Closed: Mondays, Temporary Exhibition installation periods, Year-end and New Year holidays.
Admission: Single Ticket 250 (Group Admission 200)/ University & College Students 130 (Group Admission 60)
*Free for Seniors (age 65 or over), High School Students and under 18; Persons with disability and one person accompanying each of them are admitted free or charge.
*Free on May 18, International Museum Day and Nov. 3, Culture Day.
*Free on May 1, Ceremonies of the Accession to the Throne.
*Free on October 22, Ceremony of the Enthronement of His Majesty the Emperor at the Seiden (State Hall).
For more detailed information, please see the following page (in Japanese).
Japanese cinema has already had a history of over one century with two golden ages. Targeted towards diverse generations of viewers ranging from elementary school students to adults, this exhibition will survey the history through posters, still photographs, devices and equipments for filmmaking, and the personal items that belonged to noted film personalities, among others from the NFAJ Collection.
*Captions in Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean