Pippi Longstocking is a long-standing classic in children’s literature, first published in 1945 by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren. The story of this free-spirited redhead girl has been translated into over 100 languages and is beloved by many around the globe. The world of Astrid Lindgren comes to life through original drawings, manuscripts, personal relics, special footage, a large-sized model of Pippi’s house and more at an exhibition by the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum. Relive your childhood and share the nostalgia with your family and friends.
10am – 5pm (Last Entry: 4:30pm). Adults: ¥1,300, Seniors (65+): ¥1,000, University and High School Students: ¥800, Junior High and Elementary Students: ¥400 (Free on Saturdays), Below Elementary: Free. Tokyo Fuji Art Museum, 492-1 Yano-machi, Hachioji-shi. Hachioji. www.pippi-ten.com, www.fujibi.or.jp/en
Jul 28 – Sep 24