Rashomon at the 70th Anniversary Exhibition

Art, Movies

When it was first released, Akira Kurosawa’s movie Rashomon did not become a major hit in Japan. However, it has earned worldwide acclaim for its artistic ambitions at the time. The 1950 film received the Venice Film Festival’s Golden Lion in September 1951 and the Academy Awards’ Honorary Award in March 1952. Following these events, Rashomon put a high standard on Japanese film and became a symbol of post-war reconstruction for the country.

Celebrating the movie’s 70th Anniversary, the exhibition showcases original documents that were never shown before as well as modern displays like digital exhibits to tell the true story of Rashomon.

Event Details

  • Date:

    Sep. 12, 2020 - Dec. 06, 2020

  • Time:

    11:00 - 18:30 (Admissions are until 18:00)

  • Price:

    Regular Admission 250yen, University & College Students 130yen *Free for Seniors (age 65 or over) and children under 18 *Also free on Nov. 3 Culture Day

  • More Info:

    Event Information

  • Location:

    National Film Archive of Japan
    3 Chome-7-6 Kyobashi, Chuo City, Tokyo

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Event Details

  • Date:

    Sep. 12, 2020 - Dec. 06, 2020

  • Time:

    11:00 - 18:30 (Admissions are until 18:00)

  • Price:

    Regular Admission 250yen, University & College Students 130yen *Free for Seniors (age 65 or over) and children under 18 *Also free on Nov. 3 Culture Day

  • More Info:

    Event Information

  • Location:

    National Film Archive of Japan
    3 Chome-7-6 Kyobashi, Chuo City, Tokyo

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