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[Minato Ward] Impressions, congestion, and tickets for the Fashion in Japan Exhibition (The National Art Center, Tokyo)


The Fashion in Japan Exhibition is one of the exhibitions currently being held at the National Art Center, Tokyo. (I went today) I forgot when and where, but I got a leaflet. As soon as I saw it, I registered it in Google Calendar (this is the one I definitely go to!) And got a ticket with eplus.


That’s why the theme of this “Going out with elementary school students in Tokyo!” Is the Fashion in Japan exhibition at the New National Art Center, Tokyo, Roppongi.


You must be kidding. Isn’t it difficult to get a fashion in Japan ticket?

I bought a fashion in Japan ticket from eplus.

(このコロナ禍だし、こんな真面目そうな展覧会のチケット。売り切れるわけないっしょ)と絵に描いたように高をくくっていたワタシ。しかし、eplus(https://eplus.jp/)の販売状況の画面を見て、驚きました。ファッション・イン・ジャパンのチケット、結構な割合で売り切れていたんです、、! まずは、下のカレンダーをご覧ください。

(This is a corona sickness, and the ticket for such a serious exhibition. It can’t be sold out.) However, I was surprised to see the sales status screen of eplus . Fashion in Japan tickets were sold out at a good rate …! First of all, please see the calendar below.



elementary school student
junior high shcool student too

This calendar image shows the purchase screen of Fashion in Japan on the ticket sales site “E Plus” on the night of August 12, 2021 (Thursday). I opened the screen on the 12th (Thursday) and tried to buy a ticket (I’ll go tomorrow!), But I couldn’t afford it; it was wiped out until the 15th, three days later. This may be the case in the system. The earliest schedule seems to be 10:30 on the 16th (Monday) in the above image. By the way, every Tuesday is a regular holiday.

It is directly connected to Exit 6 of Nogizaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line. It’s convenient ♡


Date specified date (time) Is passed and the ticket is invalid. I’m scared!

Like the border, there is a border between Tokyo Metro Exit 6 and The National Art Center, Tokyo.


This is a screenshot of the ticket for the Fashion in Japan exhibition. All you have to do is show the purchased smartphone screen (app).

The National Art Center, Tokyo is one of the most famous buildings designed by the late Kisho Kurokawa. I’ve always wanted to go, but I didn’t have a chance to go because my child was small and far away. However, if I don’t go where I want to go, it may collapse (⇒ The National Art Center, Tokyo will not collapse), or I may die, so I try to go when I think of it as much as possible.


As was the case with Ueno’s “Plant Exhibition” the other day, tickets for the Fashion in Japan exhibition must be dated, and the tickets will be invalid after the designated date and time. Gussun. So, is it possible to change the date and time like a plant exhibition? I did a Google search, but couldn’t find the answer. If you feel sick after purchasing a ticket, you may cry and fall asleep. I’m stingy, so I’ll go even if I die!

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This video was in front of the entrance of the Fashion in Japan exhibition. (part)


There was a toilet and table seats that were kind to families with children ♡

平日の17時入場というヘンな時間に、小学2年生の女の子と一緒に行くというヘンなシチュエーションのため、(逮捕されないかな)と少し気にしましたが、別に逮捕されませんでした;(冗談です)で、この日は閉館が18時なのに入場したのが17時半でしたw (金・土曜日は20時まで開館です)もう少し前に着いたのですが、「ママ、お腹すいた」と言われたので、新国立美術館に入る手前の通路で少しパンを食べさせたんですよね。

Here it is. It’s a terrible mother to feed bread here.

I was a little worried (I wonder if I would be arrested) because of the strange situation of going with a girl in the second grade of elementary school at the strange time of admission at 17:00 on weekdays, but I was not arrested separately; (Joke ) So, it was 17:30 when I entered the museum even though it was closed at 18:00 on that day. I arrived a little earlier, but I was told “Mom, I’m hungry”, so before I entered the New National Art Center, Tokyo. You made me eat a little bread in the aisle.

You came to Nogizaka for the first time!
Hatchan sits in a chair and eats bread. It’s great!


Hmmm. It’s a cool architecture.

Then, a security guard came and said, “Oh, eating and drinking is prohibited here, so please have it at the table in the back.” eh! Can I eat inside? The National Art Center, Tokyo is kind to families with children! I thought.


A composition that shows the flow of Japanese fashion, from prewar fashion to SDGs

Most of the fashion in Japan exhibitions are NG for internal photography.


Beautiful clothes of Iai’s old indigo cotton.

I think one of the most attractive points of this exhibition is that you can objectively see Japanese fashion on the timeline. When I was a college student, I was addicted to fashion the most in my life, and in magazines I used to say Zipper, STREET, and even blue hair. I really admired how to dress foreigners. Now that I’m raising a child, I got the illusion that I was going to see a time machine at that time, at this exhibition.


A paraglider for Theater Products.

Looking at this exhibition, I think there are times when fashion design changes aggressively and times when it doesn’t. In the first half, I feel that the design has become avant-garde in the 1960s, when it was the “era of making and buying.” Is it because buying clothes has become popular and the profession of fashion designer has emerged? Or is it the beginning of the high-growth period? Also, during the DC bubble era of the 1980s, “super” individual designers such as Rei Kawakubo and Issey Miyake were born. After all I like the 80’s ~ ♡


The Fashion in Japan Exhibition is for 2 hours

The audio guide was heard by a child who wasn’t awakened to fashion.


The recommended time to own the Fashion in Japan exhibition is 2 hours. (⇒ Even though I was 30 minutes!) Because there is a video corner of about 60 minutes at the end. If you look at this properly, it will take 1 hour. And when I look at the exhibition, it takes 1 hour. If you have two and a half hours to buy goods, you can relax and enjoy the whole thing. I wish I had a little more time to watch. Tsumori Chisato’s clothes and Hanae Mori’s clothes were also beautiful.

The merchandise section of the exhibition that I would have bought all the time if I used to pay for revolving credits. (Last of the exhibition)
Printed cookies. Tiny. About 800 yen.
Eco bag. Tiny. I didn’t see the price.