Feb 10th
Apr 7th
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Giant Robots Exhibition 2024

The Core of Japanese Mecha Anime

Tempat: Yokosuka Museum of Art Kapan: Feb 10th - Apr 7th 2024


Closed: Each month’s first Monday (except when it falls on a public holiday) and end of year Dec 29–Jan 3.

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The robot anime genre began with Tetsujin 28-go in 1963, and has been followed by the likes of Mazinger Z (1972) and Mobile Suit Gundam (1979) which have proven popular with audiences around the globe. The Giant Robots exhibition at the Yokosuka Museum of Art examines the history of robot design in anime, with a variety of pieces on display from the past 60 years.


  • A comprehensive historical journey covering robots in anime from the 1960s to today
  • Focuses on design and size changes of robots through the decades
  • Convenient venue access and reasonable admission fees

Exploring Giant Robots from the 1960s until today

The exhibits will cover the genre right from Tetsujin 28-go all the way up to the present day, and there will be a specific focus on both mechanisms and size in determining what makes a giant robot. The progression of how giant robots have been depicted from the 1960s to now will also be a key feature of the event, with the 1980s in particular seeing giant robots become smaller in line with actual machinery.

Admission to the exhibition is priced at 1300 JPY for adults and 1100 JPY for high school/university students and those aged 65 years and older. Junior high school students and below receive free admission.

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The Yokosuka Museum of Art can be accessed in 10 minutes by bus from Maborikaigan Station, which is served by the Keikyū Main Line.

For those who opt to drive, the museum is 3 kilometers (around 5 minutes driving time) from Maborikaigan IC on the Yokohama-Yokosuka Toll Road. Paid on-site parking is available.

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