Books of Andersen's stories to be read aloud were published in 19th century Europe. Through advances in printing technology, publishers and Andersen aficionados could make these tales known to as many people as possible. From parent to child, they have been passed down to us across the borders of time and nations.
||Feb. 1, 2006 (Wed) - Apr. 3, 2006 (Mon)
||Mondays (Open Monday, April 3, the final day of the exhibition)
||10:00 - 18:00 (final admission: 17:30)
||Adults: 800 yen
University students: 500 yen
High school and junior high school students: 200 yen
Children up to elementary school age (12 years old): free
*50 yen discount per person in groups of more than 20 people.
*Free admittance to senior citizens (65 years and over).
*Free admittance to visitors holding handicapped-persons' cards and their attendants.
Printing Museum, Tokyo, Toppan Printing Co., Ltd.
H. C. Andersen 200 Years Project Asia
Embassy of Denmark, Tokyo
The Hans Christian Andersen 2005 Foundation
Japanese Board on Books for Young People
Japan Children's Book Artists Society (JCBAS)
Japanese Association of Children's Book Publishers
The Hans Christian Andersen Center, University of Southern Denmark
The Association for Studies of Picture Books
Hans Christian Andersen Museum, Odense City Museum
International Institute For Children's Literature, Osaka
Medialynx Japan Co., Ltd.
Scandinavian Airlines System
Yamato logistics co., Ltd.