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  • P1015184

    “your name.” Korea/Seoul

    Exhibition

    Venue: monaco space
    Dates: July 8, 2017 ~ October 15

    This exhibition is held at Seoul, Monaco Space.
    Exhibitions of stills, storyboards and animation key frames from “your name.” in addition to screening the demonstration of Miko-Mai creation and exhibiting the replicated blackboard appearing in the classroom of “your name.”

    INTERPARK Ticket page(Korean only) for more details.

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    “your name.” Taiwan/Kaohsiung

    Exhibition

    Venue: National Science And Technology Museum
    Dates: Jun 29, 2017 ~ September 3

    This exhibition is held at Kaohsiung, National Science And Technology Museum.
    Exhibitions of stills, storyboards and animation key frames from “your name.” in addition to screening the demonstration of Miko-Mai creation and exhibiting the replicated blackboard appearing in the classroom of “your name.”

    KHAM Ticket page(Chinese only) for more details.

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    “your name.” Taiwan/Taipei

    Exhibition

    Venue: National Taiwan Science Education Center
    Dates: March 29, 2017 ~ Jun 11

     
    This exhibition is held at Taipei, National Taiwan Science Education Center.
    Exhibitions of stills, storyboards and animation key frames from “your name.” in addition to screening the demonstration of Miko-Mai creation.

    National Taiwan Science Education Center

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    “your name.” MATSUYA GINZA

    Exhibition

    Venue: MATSUYA GINZA 8th event floor
    Dates: March 8, 2017 ~ March 20
     
    This exhibition is held at MATSUYA GINZA, Tokyo.
    Exhibitions of stills, storyboards and animation key frames from “your name.” in addition to screening the demonstration of Miko-Mai creation and exhibiting the replicated blackboard appearing in the classroom of “your name.” for the first time.

    MATSUYA GINZA(Japanese only)

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    “Makoto Shinkai Exhibit –Makoto Shinkai’s World Seen Through the Feature Films– ” China /Wuhan

    Exhibition

    Dates: January 21, 2017 ~ March 15

    The sixth in a series of exhibits to make their rounds throughout China over three years. Held in Wuhan. Featured The Place Promised in Our Early Days, 5 Centimeters Per Second, Children Who Chase Lost Voices and The Garden of Words with exhibits showing the entire production process through storyboards, character designs, animation layouts and keyframe copies, and theatrical posters. Visitors were able to take commemorative photographs in the works’ background art and get character’s icon from located QR code.

    Beijing Japn Culture Center Official Site(Japanese only)

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    “your name.” Hida City Museum of Art Exhibition

    Exhibition

    Venue: Hida City Museum of Art
    Dates: January 7,2017~February 19

    This exhibition is held at Hida City Museum of Art Exhibition, Gifu Prefecture.
    Exhibitions of stills, storyboards and animation key frames from “your name.” in addition to screening the demonstration of Miko-Mai creation.

    Hida City Museum of Art Official Site(Japanese only)

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    “your name.” Koumi Museum of Art Exhibition

    Exhibition

    Venue: Koumi-machi Kougen Museum of Art
    Dates: October 23, 2016 ~ December 25

     

    Exhibitions of stills, storyboards and animation key frames from “your name.” in addition to screening the demonstration of Miko-Mai creation.
    Also the listening booth with directional speakers, the workshop of music box and braided cord, and the cafe with the pancake menu appeared in the movie, are held in the museum.

    Koumi-machi Kougen Museum of Art

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    “Makoto Shinkai Exhibit –Makoto Shinkai’s World Seen Through the Feature Films– ” China / Shenzhen

    Exhibition

    Venue: Shenzhen Book City
    Dates: August 12, 2016 ~ August 19

    The fifth in a series of exhibits to make their rounds throughout China over three years, sponsored by the Japan Foundation. Held in Shenzhen Book City. Featured The Place Promised in Our Early Days, 5 Centimeters Per Second, Children Who Chase Lost Voices and The Garden of Words with exhibits showing the entire production process through storyboards, character designs, animation layouts and keyframe copies, and theatrical posters. Visitors were able to take commemorative photographs in the works’ background art.

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    “Makoto Shinkai Exhibit –Makoto Shinkai’s World Seen Through the Feature Films– ” China / Chongqing

    Exhibition

    Venue: Chongqing Changjiang Museum of Contemporary Art (CCMCA)
    Dates: January 26, 2016 ~ February 14

    The fourth in a series of exhibits to make their rounds throughout China over three years, sponsored by the Japan Foundation. Held in CCMCA. Featured The Place Promised in Our Early Days, 5 Centimeters Per Second, Children Who Chase Lost Voices and The Garden of Words with exhibits showing the entire production process through storyboards, character designs, animation layouts and keyframe copies, and theatrical posters. Visitors were able to take commemorative photographs in the works’ background art and view screenings of the works’ making-of documentaries as well as director and cast interviews.

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    “Makoto Shinkai Exhibit –Makoto Shinkai’s World Seen Through the Feature Films– ” China / Xian

    Exhibition

    Venue: Xian Music Hall
    Dates: September 30, 2015 ~ November 1

    The third in a series of exhibits to make their rounds throughout China over three years, sponsored by the Japan Foundation. Held in the foyer of Xian’s concert hall. Featured The Place Promised in Our Early Days, 5 Centimeters Per Second, Children Who Chase Lost Voices and The Garden of Words with exhibits showing the entire production process through storyboards, character designs, animation layouts and keyframe copies, and theatrical posters. Visitors were able to take commemorative photographs in the works’ background art and view screenings of the works’ making-of documentaries as well as director and cast interviews.

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