Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Japanese-Hungarian friendship, this exhibition will feature masterpieces from Hungary and Europe. Presented by the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest and the Hungarian National Gallery, the collection included pieces by Renoir, Cranach, Monet and El Greco alongisde lesser known but well-respected Hungarian artists. Known as the pearl of the Danube, Budapest was a hub of artistic activity and the museums involved have incredible collections from which they have selected their contributions.
Junior high school students and younger enter for free, while high school students are counted as ‘children’ in the pricing system below. You can save an additional ¥100 if you present a ticket stub from a concurrent exhibition being held at The National Art Center, the Suntory Museum of Art or the Mori Art Museum. Please note that the exhibition is closed on Tuedays and from Dec 29th – January 7th. The only exception is that the museum will be open on Tuesday Fenruary 11th and closed Wednesday 12th instead.
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