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Pippi Longstocking and the World of Astrid Lindgren

Original Illustration by Ingrid Vang Nyman during the late 1940s
©Ingrid Vang Nyman/Saltkråkan – The AstridLindgren Company

Pippi Longstocking and the World of Astrid Lindgren

Date and time

28 July (Sat)– 24 September (Mon)


Tokyo Fuji Art Museum


Adults 1,300 (1,000) yen, University and High school students 800 (700) yen, Junior high and elementary school 400 (300) yen, Pre-school children Free

*Saturdays: Junior high and elementary school students’ entrance for free

*Prices inside brackets: reductions for groups more than 20 persons, seniors over 65 years old, Tokyo Fuji Art Museum mail magazine suscribers, etc.

Organizer of event

Tokyo Fuji Art Museum


Pippi Longstocking, that Astrid Lindgren told her beloved daughter as bedtime story, was first published in 1945, in the year of World War II ended. Pippi has become popular among children all over the world, and the book has been a long seller for more than half a century.

Approximately 200 pieces of illustrations for Lindgren’s works including Pippi Longstocking, manuscripts, and various objects from Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, and other countries will be exhibited at this exhibition.

Visitors can also enjoy various special footages, and a large sized model of Pippi’s house, Villa Villekulla.Lindgren’s works themes such as the Swedish life culture, the idea of co-living with nature, or parenting are displayed at this exhibition.

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Tokyo 106-0032 Japan
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