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Wear a Kimono to Enter Japanese Exhibition at the Pushkin Museum
27.09.2018 08:29
Wear a Kimono to Enter Japanese Exhibition at the Pushkin Museum

The action lasts as long as the exposition of Japanese art runs at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow.

      Wearing a kimono will make it possible to bypass the queue of those wishing to visit the exhibition “Masterpieces of Painting and Engravings of the Edo Period”.

      Visitors in the traditional Japanese dress can visit it without long waiting in line. They will be allowed through the service entrance. Entrance tickets are required anyway. You can buy them online, as well as at the ticket office.

      It is not specified whether the traditional Japanese outfit will ensure that you bypass the ticket queue though.

      So the best choice is to book tickets to Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts here.

      See more than a hundred treasures of ancient Japanese painting and engraving.

When: from September 4 to October 28, 2018.

      Where: Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts at the address 12, Volkhonka Street, next to metro stations Lenin Library, Borovitskaya, and Kropotkinskaya, Moscow. 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts Exhibitions in Moscow Art Exhibitions   

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