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Ni-ju-shi-no-Hitomi Eigamura|二十四の瞳映画村

Ni-ju-shi-no-Hitomi Eigamura|二十四の瞳映画村
This is the place where the 1987 Japanese film Ni-ju-shi-no-Hitomi was shot. 
The film is set during World War II, and tells the tragic story of one female teacher and her 12 students – a story of teacher-student love in war times. The opening set was reconstructed here, reproducing the village where the story took place in those times. There are many things to see here – the wooden school Misaki-no-Bunkyojo; the Tsuboi Sakae Bungakukan, which introduces the author of the original story; the Gallery Matsutakeza Eigakan, a theatre where the film is shown constantly; the Cinema-no-an, which introduces famous Japanese movies from primarily the 1950s; and the main actress Takamine Hideko Gallery and the collocated Book Cafe. 


Address 931 Tanourako, Shodoshima-cho, Shozu-gun, 761-4424 Kagawa
Hours 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
※(November) 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Closed Open all year round
Admission Fee ¥790 / Adult  (Group of 20 or more: ¥720)
¥380 / Child  (Group of 20 or more: ¥350)
TEL +81-87-982-2455
FAX +81-87-982-1824
Parking (Cars)   Yes
(Buses) Yes
Free Wi-Fi Yes
Toilet Yes
Best Season Spring / Summer / Autumn / Winter

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A simple and relaxing village where famous Japanese movies are shot

‣ The grounds are full of nostalgic views that let you experience the  world that appears in the film.

‣ The official shop Chririn-ya sells original products, and you can try the distinctive Japanese flavor of Soy Sauce Soft-Serve Icecream.

An experience you won`t find anywhere else…

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Ferry / Hi-speed Ferry ●Sakate Harbor
Approx. 70 minutes from Takamatsu Harbor on the ferry bound for Sakate Harbor.
Approx. 13 minutes from Sakate Harbor by car. 

●Kusakabe Harbor
Approx. 60 minutes from Takamatsu Harbor on the ferry bound for Kusakabe.
Approx. 25 minutes from Kusakabe by car.