The Cheburashka 50th Anniversary Exhibition starts at the Okuda Genso Sayume Art Gallery in Hiroshima

2016.06.11 <PASH! PLUS+>

Experience the fascinating exhibition of the worldwide treasure, Cheburashka

©2010 Cheburashka Movie Partners/Cheburashka Project

Cheburashka the mysterious Russian creature from the classic children’s literature, is going to celebrate 50 years since its creation and first publication by Eduard Uspensky.

     In commemoration of the 50th anniversary, a Cheburashka Exhibition will open. The exhibition will be held first at Miyoshi, Hiroshima and then all across Japan.

     Cheburashka dolls and maquettes used in the production of the brand new film ‘Cheburashka – Let’s Go to the Zoo!’ will be on display. There will also be displays where you can see Cheburashka designs evolve throughout the years. 

     Details :

     Cheburashka Exhibition

Venue :  Okuda Genso・Sayume Art Musuem
     453-6 Higashisakeya, Miyoshi, Hiroshima Prefecture

     Period :  July 1 (Fri) to August 28 (Sun), 2016
     Time :  9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.     *Admission :  up to 4:30 p.m.
     Entry fee :
     General Admission :  800 yen, Pair-ticket :  1 set at 1,500 yen, University/High school Students :  400 Yen
     * Free for children who are below junior high school
     *Pair-ticket will be joint for a male-female couple.
     Questions and Enquiries :  Okuda Genso Sayume Art Gallery: 0824-65-0010

     Project Organizers :  Okuda Genso Sayume Art Musuem, Chugoku Broadcasting, Chugoku Newspaper Company
     Support :  Russian Culture Festival Committee, Russian Federation Ministry of Culture, Embassy of the Russian Federation, Government of Russia, Hiroshima TV, Hiroshima Home TV, Shin-Hiroshima TV, Hiroshima FM Radio, Hiroshima P-Station FM, FM Fukuyama, Onomichi FM Broadcasting, Miyoshi Cable Vision, City of Miyoshi, Miyoshi Board of Education
     In cooperation with :  Cheburashka Project, Frontier Works Co., Ltd., National Russian Film Museum, Heibonsha
     Planning Cooperation :  IDF

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