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November exhibition postponed

After being unable to open our museum in May this year, we had hoped to open Nihon no hanga to the public this November with a snow-themed exhibition. After careful consideration we have come to the conclusion to not open the museum this November. We feel a responsibility towards our visitors and volunteers to guarantee a safe visit to our museum. Unfortunately we find ourselves in a difficult position with the current developments surrounding COVID-19. We therefore have decided to postpone our ‘Snow Country’ exhibition to November 2021.

Even though we will not be able to meet you in person, we hope to see you through our other channels. We have been more active on Instagram and Facebook, where we will share a number of prints from the Nihon no hanga collection on a regular basis. We are also still working on a digital museum environment where you will be able to view exhibitions from the past. 

We hope to welcome you to Nihon no hanga in Spring 2021 with a fresh exhibition.

Until then, stay safe.

Best wishes,

Elise Wessels
Director

Maureen de Vries
Curator

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Our new website is up and running! Do you like our new look? We have added a new gallery of our collection with an exciting selection. We hope to expand the versatility of our website with this new format, especially during these trying times when everyone can use a daily dose of Japanese woodblock prints. Follow us on social media for a steady flow of works from our collection.

Unfortunately we will not be able to open the museum until further notice. Nihon no hanga is located in an old canal house. All museums need to adhere to a detailed and strict museum protocol, which is impossible for us to follow. Our priority is the health safety of our visitors and volunteers.

We do hope to open our doors this coming November and as always we will keep you posted of any new developments.