Art Aquarium Museum GINZA and “Mononoke: Karakasa” collaboration exhibition

Limited time only: July 19th (Friday) to August 19th (Monday)

An exhibition in collaboration with "Mononoke: Karakasa" will be held at the Art Aquarium Museum GINZA (located at Ginza Mitsukoshi) from July 19th (Friday) to August 19th (Monday).

"Mononoke Karakasa" is set in a world reminiscent of the Edo period, and "Art Aquarium" expresses the culture of goldfish appreciation that has continued since the Edo period in art. Please enjoy the tie-up exhibition that is connected by "Edo".
In addition, from Tuesday, July 9th, we will be selling a limited number of museum admission tickets that come with a "tie-up exclusive wooden visual card."

During the event, in conjunction with the theatrical release of "Mononoke Karakasa," a part of the Art Aquarium Museum will be transformed into a tie-up exhibition area! The exhibition will feature decorations using beautiful art, character introductions, commemorative photo spots, and more, all of which can only be seen here.

・Tie-up limited admission ticket with wooden visual card

This ticket can be used during the tie-up exhibition from Friday, July 19 to Monday, August 19. This is an admission ticket to the Art Aquarium Museum GINZA that comes with a wooden visual card that will be sold exclusively in this tie-up.

<Ticket details>

[Sales period] From July 9th (Tuesday) *Limited quantities available, so it will end when stock runs out [Usage period] From July 19th (Friday) to August 19th (Monday)
[Price] 3,200 yen (tax included)
[How to make a reservation] Please purchase the "Admission ticket with special wooden visual card" on the Art Aquarium ticket site.Art Aquarium ticket sitehttps ://
[How to receive the wooden visual card] The card will be handed out at the museum shop of the Art Aquarium Museum GINZA.

・Luxurious lineup! Tie-up exhibit details

The exhibits will include stills that explain what Mononoke is, explanatory panels for important characters, and masks of maids who play an important role in the story.
In addition, there will be a photo spot prepared for the tie-up exhibition! Please take photos and share them on social media.

・"Mononoke the Movie: Karakasa"

"Mononoke" is a work that has continued to be loved by fans ever since it was broadcast as a TV anime series in 2007. It originated from the episode "Bakeneko" of the "Ayakashi" series, which recorded unusually high viewership ratings on Fuji TV's "Noitamina" slot in 2006.
In 2024, "Mononoke" will be "reborn" as a movie version set in the Ooku.

"Wherever the medicine seller is, there is a sign of a monster."
When the uncontrollable passion that arises from something mixes with an ayakashi, it becomes a mononoke.
When the "strange happenings" caused by the Mononoke begin to attack people, the "Medicine Seller" suddenly appears.
Wielding the Demon-Slaying Sword, the only weapon in the world that can cut down and exorcise Mononoke, he stands alone before the rampaging Mononoke.

・Summer Art Aquarium 2024: Beautiful Goldfish Festival

This year's "Summer Art Aquarium" will feature two masterpieces from Art Aquarium's representative series, welcoming you to a more "splendid" and "eye-catching" space.
The Art Aquarium Museum is holding its most exciting summer special event of the year. Come and enjoy the Art Aquarium, where goldfish, a symbol of summer, swim in a fantastical space decorated for the summer.

[What is the Art Aquarium Museum?]

Art Aquarium is an art form that combines light, music, and scent to create an aquarium exhibit in which various types of goldfish gracefully dance and swim. It expresses the culture of goldfish appreciation that has continued since the Edo period in the form of a work of art in the modern era. A unique fantasy world is created by the beauty of the aquarium exhibit's form, the spatial presentation, and the goldfish, which have a variety of beauty. The Art Aquarium Museum GINZA, which opened at Ginza Mitsukoshi in May 2022, is a permanent facility where you can enjoy the changing seasons throughout the year.

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Admission fee
Online ticket: 2,500 yen
Same-day tickets: 2,700 yen (same-day tickets are available on the 9th floor of the Ginza Mitsukoshi New Building)

Location: Ginza Mitsukoshi New Building 8th floor (entrance is on the 9th floor) (4-6-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

Access•Directly connected to Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, and Hibiya Line•5-minute walk from Ginza-itchome Station (Exit 9) on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line•2-minute walk via the underground passage towards Ginza Station from Higashi-Ginza Station on the Toei Asakusa Line and Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line•9-minute walk from Yurakucho Station (Central Exit/Ginza Exit) on the JR Lines

business hours
10:00-19:00 (subject to change) Last admission 18:00

Closing days: The same as Ginza Mitsukoshi's closing days (In addition, the store may be closed irregularly for maintenance, etc.
For details, please check the official website.)

Official website:
*The official account has been moved.

Please note that strollers and pets are not permitted.
There are no lockers for luggage.

Organizer: Kiranah Resort Co., Ltd.

Planning and production: Amusement Parks Co., Ltd.

Management: Amusement Parks Co., Ltd.

Cooperation: Isetan Mitsukoshi Co., Ltd. Ginza Mitsukoshi

[Art Aquarium Production Committee] Press release

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