How much do our childhood dreams and hopes for the future change as we grow up? The Kasama Nichido Museum of Art explores this question with a display of 30 works by painters who were asked to illustrate dreams they experienced when they were young.
Paintings by Takeji Fujishima, Heizo Kanayama and Yori Saito will be displayed alongside 60 works by children who entered the International Environmental Children’s Drawing Contest; Aug. 21-Sept. 28.
Kasama Nichido Museum of Art; 978-4 Kasama, Kasama, Ibaraki. Tomobe Stn. 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ¥1,000. Closed Mon. 0296-72-2160; www.nichido-museum.or.jp
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