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The 3rd Reorganized New Nitten Kyoto Exhibition

 The Nitten, one of the biggest comprehensive public art exhibitions in Japan will travel to Kyoto. The Nitten is a public art competition sponsored by the Public Interest Incorporated Association Nitten. With the goal to develop arts and culture for Japan to be proud of, the First Ministry of Education Art Exhibition (the Bunten) was held in 1907 hosted by the Education Ministry. The name of the exhibition was changed to the Teiten, then the Shinbunten and finally the Nitten; and it has been contributing greatly to the Modern Art of Japan. The exhibition held this year will be the 108th exhibition since the first Bunten.
 The 3rd Reorganized New Nitten Kyoto Exhibition is separated into 5 sections: Japanese painting, Western painting, sculpture, crafts, and calligraphy. The exhibition travels around Japan featuring works from artists from all over Japan including artists from Kyoto and Shiga.
 All the artworks of this exhibition meet high standards, and it is one of the best exhibitions to understand the form of contemporary Japanese art.
【Event Outline】
 1.Exhibition Period:
December 10, 2016 (Sat) – January 15, 2017 (Sun)*
*Museum is regularly closed every Monday (excluding Jan. 9) and for the end of the year and new year holiday period (from Dec. 28 - Jan 2.)
2.Entry Time:
From 9am- 5pm (Last entry is 4:30pm)*
*On Dec. 10 entry will be from 10am for the opening ceremony

Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art
124 Okazaki Enshoji-cho, SakyoWard, Kyoto City
Tel 075-771-4107
The 3rd Reorganized New Nitten Kyoto Exhibition Executive Committee
(Kyoto City/ Kyoto Newspaper)
5.Entry Fee
General Entry 1,000yen (800yen)
High School & University Students 600yen (500yen)
* Entry fees for groups of more than 20 people are marked in parentheses
* Middle School Students and below, along with High School Students that attend school in Kyoto or Shiga Prefectures can enter free of charge
* Kyoto Residents over the age of 70 can enter free of charge (please show a form of id for verification, such as Freedom Passes) 
*Persons displaying their disability handbook can enter free of charge

Kyoto Station- Take Kyoto City Bus #5 from JR/Kintetsu Kyoto Station towards Iwakura or take Kyoto City Bus #100 towards Ginkaku-ji Temple and get off at Okazaki Koen/ Bijutsukan, Heian Jingu-mae Bus Stop
Kawaramachi Station- Take Kyoto City Bus #5 from Hankyu Railways Kawaramachi Station towards Iwakura and get off at Okazaki Koen/ Bijutsukan, Heian Jingu-mae Bus Stop
Higashiyama Station- 10 min walk from the Kyoto City Subway Higashiyama Station

124 Okazaki Enshoji-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City Japan 606-8344
Contact : Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art Office
Phone or E-mail +81-75-771-4107
Website http://www2.city.kyoto.lg.jp/bunshi/kmma/