Plan exhibition "withdrawal exhibition to follow by comics" is held in Peace Memorial Museum until from Tuesday, June 27 to Sunday, September 24.
The details of event are ⇒ Peace Memorial Museum official sites to this
By this plan exhibition, we introduce work about war and withdrawal of oneself that 11 comic artists saw in the days of child.
We lose ground of life in foreign land by defeat and come even through life in the dangerous situation, and there are various places of "repatriate from foreign countries" of approximately 3,200,000 come back to in Japan. There were people who pulled Japanese comics world later in this.
In comics to follow memory of young day, thought to want to tell is loaded their experiences with to adult with child knowing neither war nor withdrawal. These works grasp hand of my child tightly and trace love of parent toward Japan and the far-off distance and are full of life that was able to return. Thought not to forget people who live at the same time, and were not able to return is put.
(date of birth order)
From Tuesday, June 27, 2017 to Sunday, September 24
From 9:30 to 17:30 (as for the admission until 17:00)
On Monday, July 3, it is Tuesday, September 19 on Monday, September 11 on Monday, September 4 on Sunday, August 27 on Monday, July 10
We distribute exhibition period later with the first half year and perform some display substitute.
■The first half year: From Tuesday, June 27 to Thursday, August 17
■The latter period: From Friday, August 18 to Sunday, September 24
Peace Memorial Museum plan display corner
2-6-1, Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Shinjuku Sumitomo Building the 48th floor
No charge for admission
Tetsuya Chiba, Kenji Morita who experienced withdrawal from Manchurian (the northeastern part of existing China) for the child era talk about importance to tell memory of war to the next generation.
Withdrawal experient talks about own wartime experience.
We perform display commentary by curator.
We introduce episode concerning the highlight of plan exhibition and display document.
Peace Memorial Museum