One of the most popular Ukiyo-e airtists, HOKUSAI KATSUSHIKA is best known with “The Great Wave of kanagawa”.
A special exhibition is held at the tallest building of Japan, ABENO HARUKAS, Osaka from October 6 to November 19 2017.
Hokusai was an Ukiyo-e artist of rare talent who influenced Van Gough and Monet. The “Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji” will be used for the new passport, and Hokusai is becoming a symbol of Japan. The exhibition will focus on his original drawings from the last 30 years of his life, after reaching the age of 60, and investigate the world he sought and depicted until he was 90. (Abeno Harukas official website)
ABENO HARUKAS Art Museum
ABENO HARUKAS 16F 1-43 Abenosuji 1chome, Abeno-ku, Osaka 545-6016 JAPAN
[Tues. – Fri.] 10:00-20:00
[Mon., Sat., Sun., & national holidays] 10:00-18:00
Last admission is 30 minutes before closing.
[Closed dates] October 10 (Tuesday), 16 (Monday), 23 (Monday), 30 (Monday), 31 (Tuesday)
[Admission] 1,000 JPY for adult