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The 20th Anniversary of Shoji Ueda Museum of Photography

With the opening of the exhibition Sanin From The Eyes Of Shoji Ueda on September 12th, 2015, the Shoji Ueda Museum of Photography celebrates its 20th Anniversary. The museum holds and exhibits approximately 12,000 works of a world-renowned photographer, Shoji Ueda.

The exhibition specifically focuses on the shooting location, aiming a visitor to reflect and associate with his/her own experience and memory, and rediscover the fascination of Shoji Ueda's works.

Date: 2015.09.12 ~ 2015.11.30
Time: 9:00-17:00
Venue: Shoji Ueda Museum of Photography
Address: Houki-cho, Saihaku-gun
Entrance Fee: Adults 900yen, High school and university students 500yen, Junior high school and elementary school students 300yen
Closed: Every Tuesday except September 23rd (on the following day if it falls on a public holiday)
The museum was designed by a well-known architect Shin Takamatsu, who also designed the Quasar Building in Berlin and Kirin Plaza in Osaka. The artificial stoic building in the middle of idyllic scenery gives us surrealistic impression as the photography of Shoji Ueda does.