Exhibition

The 2nd Special Exhibition:

Yayori Matsui- Her life and work

[ December 11, 2005 – April 23, 2006 ]


The life and works of Ms. Matsui Yayori Exhibit portrays WAM’s founder, journalist and female activist Ms. Matsui Yayori. The catalogue will include information on such things as her childhood diary and family photos, various scoop articles she wrote for the Asahi Newspaper, and information on her accomplishments as an activist.

1. Excerpts and Drawings from Her Dairy
2. Pictures of Ms. Yayori’s Childhood and Youth
3. Ms. Yayori’s works as the First Female Newspaper Editor with the Asahi Newspaper
4. Ms. Yayori as An Activist- Her Involvement Began with The Women’s Liberation but Culminated with The Women’s International War Crime Tribunal


:: Catalog
WAM Catalog 3 on WAM’s 2rd Special Exhibit: The Life and Works of Ms. Matsui Yayori

Museum Hours

Wed - Sun 13:00 - 18:00
Closed on Monday, Tuesday and public holidays including yearend. We are closed during the changing of exhibitions.

Admission

18 yrs and over: JPY500
13 - 17 yrs: JPY300
12 yrs and under: Free

Address

2-3-18 Nishiwaseda,
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-0051
AVACO.bld 2F
Tel: +81 (03) 3202 4633
Fax: +81 (03) 3202 4634
E-mail: wam@wam-peace.org
award

WAM was a recipient of the Pax Christi International Peace Award in 2007.
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