When: 06/01/15 - 15/02/15: All Day
Where: National Film Center, 3-7-6 Kyobashi
Powerhouse production company Toei was founded in 1951 and quickly became known for its output of jidaigeki—period dramas which often followed the trials and tribulations of the samurai class. The National Film Center is celebrating this golden age of jidaigeki cinema by screening 35 films from the genre.
Japan’s Cinematic Past: The Toei Jidaigeki
More information: http://www.momat.go.jp/english/nfc/index.html
How much: Adult ¥520, High school and university students and seniors over 65 ¥310, Junior High and younger ¥100