Visitor Number to “Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation” Has Exceeded 300,000!
The Mori Art Museum is thrilled to announce that admission number to the “Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation” exhibition just exceeded 300,000 on July 23 [Mon], 2018! *
In relation to the exhibition, Mori Art Museum has been offering a special architecture-inspired discount, “Sansuke (Triangular Scale) Discount” as we call it. Bring your triangular scale - in Japanese sankaku sukeeru, or sansuke for short - of the type familiar to those who have worked in or studied architecture, design, engineering etc. along when you come to see “Japan in Architecture,” and receive a discount on admission.
Come enjoy the Discount with your family and friends during the summer vacation.
(About “Sansuke (Triangular Scale) Discount”)
In addition, the Mori Art Museum Shop located within the Museum galleries carries “Japan in Architecture” logo-designed, original slim-sized Triangular Scales in nine color variations! The most popular colors are white, black and blue.
This hot summer season sees original T-shirts and bright yellow color totebags also gaining popularity as well.
“Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation” continues until September 17 [Mon], 2018. Be sure not to miss it!
* Based on the number of “Combination Tickets” issued (with the Tokyo City View, the Roppongi Hills observation deck).