When: 18/04/15 - 28/06/15: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Where: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum , 8-36 Uenokoen
Some of the world’s greatest treasures from the iconic British Museum have arrived in Tokyo for the exhibition, “A History of the World in 100 Objects.” Travel over 2 million years in time to encounter a variety of objects that tell the story of human life, from the epic to the everyday. See the medieval era Lewis Chessmen, a Sumerian artifact called the “Standard of Ur;” and the museum collection’s greatest prize, The Rosetta Stone, in a specially created life-size replica. This is an extraordinary exhibition and a chance to experience artifacts from one of the world’s greatest museums without traveling half the world to do so.
Open until 8pm on Fridays.
The British Museum Exhibition
More information: http://www.tobikan.jp/en/exhibition/h27_history100.html
How much: ¥1,600, University students ¥1,100, High school students ¥600, Seniors ¥800