10th Anniversary of the National Art Center, Tokyo
Exhibition of Shinkai Makoto

Exhibition of Shinkai Makoto

Exhibition of Shinkai Makoto

Still of "your name."
© 2016 TOHO / CoMix Wave Films / KADOKAWA / JR Kikaku / AMUSE / voque ting / Lawson HMV Entertainment

Exhibition of Shinkai Makoto

"your name." Modification of the layout by Masashi Ando, animation director
© 2016 TOHO / CoMix Wave Films / KADOKAWA / JR Kikaku / AMUSE / voque ting / Lawson HMV Entertainment

Exhibition of Shinkai Makoto

"Children Who Chase Lost Voices" A concept board by Takumi Tanji, an art director
© Makoto Shinkai / CMMMY

Exhibition of Shinkai Makoto

"Voices of a Distant Star" A key frame by Makoto Shinkai, a director
© Makoto Shinkai / CoMix Wave Films

Overview

The “Exhibition of Shinkai Makoto”, covering his artworks from “Voices of a Distant Star” to “Your Name,” will be held in The National Art Center, Tokyo from Saturday, November 11th to Monday, December 18th, 2017 (Organizers: The National Art Center, Tokyo, The Asahi Shimbun, TOHO CO., LTD, TV Asahi Corporation,CoMix Wave Films Inc., and AMUSE INC.).
Makoto Shinkai debuted commercially with his short-film, “Voices of a Distant Star” in 2002. For 15 years since then, he has created the most refined “stories of a man and a woman who cross their paths in a beautiful and magnificent world”, and has received many people’s attention without regard to ages or borders.
This exhibition will introduce Shinkai’s journey by showing not only his precious production materials such as storyboards, plannings, drawings, arts, and visual images, but also objects that enable visitors to experience Shinkai’s world.
We can approach the charm of Shinkai’s animations thoroughly with these lined-up works : “Voices of a Distant Star” — self-production; “The place promised in our early days” — the first full-length work produced with professional staff and awarded at Mainichi Film Concours; “5 Centimeters Per Second” — which people are talking aboutenthusiastically even now; “Children Who Chase Lost Voices” — a true young adult fantasy work; “The Garden of Words” — visual literature of the digital era; “your name.” — which won record-breaking success right after being released last year.
In this exhibition visitors will be able to enjoy and understand even more of Shinkai and his artworks.

Date Saturday, November 11 — Monday, December 18, 2017
* Closed: Tuesdays
Opening hours 10:00 — 18:00 (Fridays & Saturdays: 10:00 — 20:00)
* Last admission: 30 minutes before closing
Venue Special Exhibition Gallery 2E, The National Art Center, Tokyo
Organized by The National Art Center, Tokyo, The Asahi Shimbun, TOHO CO., LTD, TV Asahi Corporation,CoMix Wave Films Inc., AMUSE INC.
With the sponsorship of KADOKAWA; SUNTORY; TAISEI CORPORATION
With the cooperation of WOWOW
Admission(tax included)
General 1,600 yen (Adults), 1,200 yen (College students), 800 yen (High school students)
Advance/Group 1,400 yen (Adults), 1,000 yen (College students), 600 yen (High school students)
  • Visitors who are under junior high school students and disabled people (along with the one assistant) will be admitted for free upon presenting the Disabled Person's Booklet or an equivalent form of government-issued ID.
  • Free entrance to the exhibition for high school students from September 17(Fri.) to September 19 (Sun.) , 2017 upon presenting students ID.
  • Tickets both Advance and General are available through The National Art Center, Tokyo (only on open days), exhibition website (ONLINE TICKETS), and other major ticket agencies. Service charges may apply. (These service are only available in Japanese.)
  • Group tickets will only be available at the venue and discounts only applicable to groups of 20 people or more.
  • For Students, faculty and staff, of “Campus Members”, group discounts apply to purchasing tickets.
  • Credit card (UC, Master Card, VISA, JCB, AMEX, Diners Club, DISCOVER) , e-cash (Suica, PASMO, ICOCA, etc.), iD, J-Debit and Union Pay are available for purchasing tickets.