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Aardman Animations 40 years anniversary Shaun the Sheep Exhibition

Shaun the Sheep Exhibition

Source: Shaun the Sheep Exhibition

The exhibition display many works, such as the diorama of the Japan premiere and valuable original picture

The largest exhibition in Japan of “Shaun the Sheep” will be held. It is to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Aardman Animations, which continues to fascinate people around the world and won a worldwide reputation. Many sets and puppets of the Japan premiere and many valuable sketches of “Shaun the Sheep”, “Wallace and Gromit” series display, you can glimpse the production site of the clay-animation. Original goods sales and there are also sales by lottery of Puppet two bodies “Sean” that have made by the production staff of Aardman Animations.

Shaun the Sheep special sets

Shaun the Sheep special sets

Shaun the Sheep ~ back to the home ~ sketch (Richard Goleszouwsk

Shaun the Sheep ~ back to the home ~ sketch (Richard Goleszouwsk)

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Event Name Aardman Animations 40 years anniversary Shaun the Sheep Exhibition
Venue Matsuya Ginza 8F Event square
Dates August 3, 2016 – August 22, 2016
Note Advanced ticket is able to purchase at Lawson or MNISTOP by “Loppi” device.

How to purchase the ticket at Lawson or MINISTOP by “Loppi” device.(L code: 36222)
http://l-tike.com/guide/loppi_english.html

Open Hours 10:00-20:00
Last day until 17:00
Last admission until 30minutes before closing
Admission Free
General / ¥1,000
High school students & University student / ¥700
Junior high school students / ¥500
Elementary school students / ¥300
Advance ticket
General / ¥700
High school students & University student / ¥500
Junior high school students / ¥400
Address 3-6-1 Ginza Chūō-ku, Tōkyō
Contact 03-3567-1211
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