M Meets M: Togo Murano & Fumihiko Maki
Ends in 24 days
Togo Murano (1891–1984) was a leading Japanese architect, responsible for buildings such as Nissay Theatre (1963) and the Hakone Prince Hotel (1978). In 2005 Hiroshima’s Memoral Cathedral for World Peace (1953), which Murano designed, became the first postwar building to be designated an Important Cultural Property. He also played an important role in shaping the cityscape and history of Yokohama. Fumihiko Maki (b. 1928) is an another important contemporary architect, with works including Hillside Terrace, Spiral, and Makuhari Messe. He has served as an “urban advisor” for the city planning of Yokohama. This exhibition considers the achievements of both architects.
from October 30, 2020 to December 27, 2020
Until 17:00 on the last day. Closed on Mondays. Closed on November 8. Open on November 23.
Adults ¥1600, University & Vocational Students/Yokohama Residents ¥1000, High School Students/65&Up ¥600, Junior High Students & Under/Persons with Disability Certificates & 1 Companion Free
From 11:00 To 19:00
Closed on Sundays
Address: 6-50-1 Honcho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 231-8315
Direct walk from exit 1b at Bashamichi Station on the Minatomirai line, 5 minute walk from exit 1 at Sakuragicho Station on the Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue line.