Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story
Ends in 28 days
Closed Today (Monday)
This special exhibition includes recent discoveries regarding China’s tumultuous transition from the Han Dynasty (206-220) to the Three Kingdoms period (220-280). The Han Dynasty’s decline at the end of the second century ignited a prolonged power struggle between unrelenting military leaders. The country was split into three kingdoms called Wei, Shu, and Wu, a major event that would lead to a new era in China’s history. In recent years, research into this period has been reinvigorated by the excavation of the Cao Cao Mausoleum. The artifacts recovered there present their own version of this period’s history with a persuasive candor far surpassing written historical accounts.
from July 09, 2019 to September 16, 2019
Until 21:00 on Fridays and Saturdays. On a Public Holiday Monday, the museum is open. Closed on July 16th.
Adults ¥1600, University Students ¥1200, High School Students ¥900, Junior High School Students and under free.
From 9:30 To 17:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Closing hour might changed depending on season. On a Public Holiday Monday, the museum is open, but closed on the following Tuesday.
Address: 13-9 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-8712
10 minutes walk from Ueno or Uguisudani Station on the JR Yamanote Line, 15 minutes walk from Ueno Station on the Ginza or Hibiya Lines or 15 minutes walk from Keisei Ueno Station on the Keisei Line.