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COUNTRY FARM TOKYO GERMAN VILLAGE MOSS PHLOX PLANT FESTIVAL (Chiba prefecture): Through mid-April, 9:30 a.m.-8 p.m.; more than 250,000 moss phlox plants; five-minute drive from Anesaki Sodegaura I.C. on Tateyama Express or an eight-minute drive from Kisarazu Higashi I.C. on Ken-oh Express; 1,200 yen adults, 800 yen college and senior high school students, 600 yen children; 0438-60-5511.
SHIOBUNE KANNON TEMPLE AZALEA FESTIVAL (Tokyo): mid-April to early May, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; 15 kinds of azaleas bloom on the grounds and yamabushi (mountain priests) walk barefoot on the path of smoldering embers during the fire-walking festival 1 p.m. April 27; 300 yen; JR Ome Line, Kabe Station; 0428-22-6677.
HITSUJIYAMA MOSS PHLOX PLANT FESTIVAL (Saitama prefecture): mid-April to mid-May, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; more than 400,000 moss phlox plants at Hitsujiyaka Park, 10-minute walk from Chichibu Station on Seibu-Line or 11-minute walk from Shibasakura Station on Chichi-Line; 300 yen adults; 04994-25-5209.
TOKYO ART & ANTIQUES: GINZA, KYOBASHI, NIHONBASHI ART ANTIQUES FESTIVAL: April 16-18, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; the 86 galleries located in Nihonbashi/Kyobashi feature antiques, Japanese and European paintings, arts and crafts, modern art, talk shows, workshops on Indian ink paintings and more; 03-3403-0102; www.tokyoartantiques.com/en.
SANKEIEN GARDEN (Yokohama): April 16-22, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; primrose (Primula Sieboldii) was popular in Edo Period, along with iris and morning glory, and is at the Outer Garden of Central Square; 10-minute bus ride from JR Negishi Line; 500 yen; 045-621-0634; www.sankeien.or.jp/pdf/guidemap_english.pdf.
EARTH DAY TOKYO (Tokyo): April 18 & 19, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; live performances, talk show, food booths and more at Yoyogi Park, 10-minute walk from JR Harajuku Station; Earth Day Tokyo 03-5315-4405.
YOKOHAMA STREET PERFORMANCE: April 18 & 19, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; street performances including juggling, acrobatic, magic show, comedy, entertainment, jazz on Minato Mirai 21, Yoshida-machi Streets, Isesaki Mall and Yoshida Shopping Streets; 045-662-0931; http://daidogei.jp/en.
WORLD GOURMET, BEER & WINE EXPO 2015 (Tokyo): Through April 19, 11 a.m.-9 p.m., until 8 p.m. April 19; includes hula dance, street dance and more at the Central Square of Komazawa Olympic Park, 15-minute walk from Komazawa University Station on Tokyu Den-en Toshi Line; free admission, charges for drinks and food; 03-5733-6773.
57TH KAMAKURA FESTIVAL (Kanagawa prefecture): Through April 19; Kamakura, Japan’s capital city during the Kamakura Period (1192-1333); JR Kamakura Station, 30-minute train ride from Yokosuka Naval Base; 0467-23-3050.
SAGAMI RIVER MOSS PHLOX PLANT FESTIVAL (Kanagawa prefecture): Through April 19; moss phlox plants along the dike of Sagami River bloom; 15-minute walk from JR Sobudaishita on Sagami Line; 042-770-7777.
SHINSHU ONGAKUMURA NARCISSUS FESTIVAL (Nagano prefecture): Through April 19, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; 100,000 narcissus bloom, along with free amasake (sweet drink made from fermented rice or sake lees), narcissus picking, narcissus dyeing and more; 20-minute ride from JR Ueda Station or 15-minute ride from Tobu Yunomaru I.C. on Joshinetsu Express; free; 0268-42-3436.
OEDO ANTIQUE FAIR (Tokyo): April 19, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; more than 250 licensed antique dealers participating; Tokyo International Forum, 3-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, one-minute walk from JR Yurakucho Station; free; 03-5805-1093.
AJINOMOTO STADIUM FLEA MARKET (Tokyo): April 19, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; about 800 booths in the stadium, five-minute walk from Tobitakyu Station, Keio Line; 300 yen adults, kids free; 03-3226-6800.
ALL JAPAN WOMEN’S JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS 2015 (Kanagawa prefecture): April 19, 11:30 a.m.; at Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium, five-minute walk from JR Kan-nai Station on Keihin Tohoku Line; 2,000 yen adults, 1,000 yen children; 03-3818-4199; www.judo.or.jp.
YASUKUNI SHRINE ANTIQUE FAIR (Tokyo): April 19 & 26, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; more than 100 dealers in the entrance path to Yasukuni Shrine, five-minute walk from the Metro Kudanshita Station and 10-minute walk from JR Ichigaya Station and Iidabashi Station; free; 03-5610-4305.
39TH JAPAN HOBBY SHOW (Tokyo): April 23-25,10 a.m.-5 p.m.; handicrafts including scrapbooking, traditional crafts, home decoration, herbs and more at Tokyo Big Sight International Exhibition Hall East I, II III Halls; 1,000 yen one-day ticket, 1,500 yen three-day ticket, free ages 18 & younger; 03-3851-6628.
ODAIBA OKTOBER FEST – SPRING (Tokyo): April 24-May 6, 4-10 p.m., 11 a.m.-10 p.m. weekends; varieties of German beer along with music performed by Die Kirchdorfer at Symbol Promenade and Central Park, Odaiba, five-minute walk from Daiba Station on Yurikamome (monorail) or five-minute walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on Rinkai Line; free admission; 03-3524-0788.
WORLD GOURMET, BEER & WINE EXPO 2015 (Tokyo): April 24-May 10, 11 a.m.-9 p.m., until 8 p.m. on May 10; live performance by hula dance, street dance and more at Tokyo SkyTree Town; Olympic Park, Tokyo SkyTree Station on Tobu SkyTree Line or Oshiage on Toei Asakusa Line; free admission, charge for drinks and food; 03-5733-6773.
ROPPONGI ART NIGHT 2015 (Tokyo): April 25 & 26, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; contemporary art, design, music, video and performance art via work dotted around the streets of Roppongi, directed by Katsuhiko Hibino; Roppongi Hills, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo Midtown, Suntory Museum of Art, 21_21 Design Sight, the National Art Center, Tokyo and more; free; 03-5777-8600; www.roppongiartnight.com/2015/english.
2015 PRINCE ICE WORLD (Yokohama): April 25 & 26, April 29 and May 2 & 3, 11 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.; Shizuka Arakawa, Tomoko Suzuki, Miki Ando, Kanako Murakami, Takeshi Honda, and other top skaters at New Yokohama Ice Skate Center; 6,000-9,000-15,000-18,000-20,000 yen adults, 3,000-4,500 yen children; five-minute walk from JR Shin Yokohama Station; Prince Ice World Jimukyoku 045-663-9939.
NISSAN STADIUM FLEA MARKET (Kanagawa prefecture): April 26, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; more than 300 dealers at Yokohama Stadium, five-minute walk from JR Kozukue Station on Yokohama-Line or a 15-minute walk from JR Shin Yokohama Station; 03-3226-6800.
FUEFUKI CITY PEACH BLOSSOM FESTIVAL (Yamanashi prefecture): Through April 27; festival during the peach bloom and Nanafuku sakura (Whistling Seven Luck) cherry blossom tree, located in the center of the city, is illuminated 7-9 p.m. until late April; the highlight of the event of a picture scroll of the Kawanakajima Battle (1561), the single combat of Shingen Takeda and Kenshin Uesugi is reproduced at a riverbed of Fuefukigawa River, in which about 900 samurai warriors participate, at 1:10-3:40 p.m. April 26; Isawa Onsen Station on JR Chuo-Line or Ichinomiya Misaka IC on Chuo Express; 055-262-4111; www.city.fuefuki.yamanashi.jp/english/spot.php and www.yamanashi-kankou.jp/foreign/english/english032.html.
GOLDEN WEEK: A series of Japanese national holidays in late April and beginning of May; April 29: Showa Day (formerly a holiday for Emperor Showa’s birthday, but the day was renamed after his death in 1989 as Greenery Day and renamed as Showa Day in 2007); May 3: Constitution Memorial Day; May 4: Greenery Day; May 5: Children’s Day, or Boy’s Day, May 6, alternative holiday as May 3 Constitution Day is on Sunday. Many Japanese workers get 2 to 3 days off on these holidays and during the week, resorts and entertainment centers are expected to be crowded.
KASAMA POTTERY FESTIVAL (Ibaraki prefecture): April 29-May 5, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Kasama wares on sale at at Kasama Geijyutsu-no Mori Event Square; Kasama Nishi I.C. and Tomobe I.C. on Kita-Kanto Express or take a bus from JR Tomobe Station on Jyoban Line or JR Kasama Station on Mito Line; 029-73-0058.
FESTIVAL DEL CINEMA ITALIANO 2015 (Tokyo): April 29-May 5; Italian movies and more; Yurakucho Asahi Hall, JR Yurakucho-Station; 1,700 yen adults, 1,600 yen students and seniors; 050-5542-8600.
MASHIKO SPRING POTTERY FAIR (Tochigi prefecture): April 29-May 6, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; 50 shops and 500 dealers sell Mashiko wares at different locations in Mashiko town (Jonaizaka is the main area); Mashiko-machi, Haga-gun; 0285-701120.
BUNKYO AZALEA FESTIVAL AT NEZU SHRINE (Tokyo): Through May 6, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; about 3,000 bushes of 100 varieties of azaleas are in bloom, peaking in late April; five-minute walk from Sendagi Station on Chiyoda Line; 03-3822-0753.
TATEBAYASHI KOINOBORI MATSURI (Gunma prefecture): Through May 8; more than 5,000 koinobori (carp streamers) stream along the Tsuruudagawa River, Kondonuma Pond, Morinjigawa River and Tsutsujigaoka Parkin in Tatebayashi city, 20-minute walk from Tatebayashi Station on Tobu Line; 0276-72-4111.
ATAMI FIREWORKS (Kanagawa prefecture): May 9, 8:20-8:45 p.m.; 3,000 fireworks from the ocean off Atami city, best spot is Shinsui Koen; 20-minute walk from JR Atami and Kinomiya Stations; 0557-85-2222.
JFK HIS LIFE AND LEGEND (Tokyo): Through May 10, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., until 8 p.m. Fri.; featuring documents, photos and personal belongings of former President John F. Kennedy at National Archive of Japan, five-minute walk from Takehashi Station on Tozai Line; free; 03-3214-0621; www.archives.go.jp/english.
JAKUCHU AND BUSON (Tokyo): Through May 10, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., closed Tue.; commemorating 300th anniversary of two Edo Period (1603-1868) artists’ birth in 1816 — Jakuchu Ito and Buson Yosa — with representative paintings on display; Suntory Museum of Art of Tokyo Midtown, Roppongi Station on Hibiya Line or Nogizaka Station on Chiyoda Line; 1,300 yen adults, 1,000 yen college and senior high school students, kids free; www.suntory.com/sma.
TATEBAYASHI AZALEA FESTIVAL (Gunma prefecture): Through May 10, 7 a.m.-6 p.m., azalea park open; about 10,000 bushes of 50 varieties of azaleas bloom, peaking in late April, along with live performances 11 a.m. & 2 p.m. April 25, koto performance and open-air tea service 10:30 a.m. & 2 p.m. April 29; Kenritsu Tsutsujigaoka Koen, 30-minute walk from JR Tatebayashi Station plus 60-minute ride from Asakusa on Tobu-Isesaki Line or five-minute ride from Tatebayashi I.C. on Tohoku Express; 300 yen adults or 600 yen during full bloom, kids free; Tatebayashi City Tourism Section 0276-74-5233.
UENO TOSHOGU SHRINE PEONY FESTIVAL (Tokyo): Through May 10, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; 3,200 peonies in 250 varieties at the Peony Garden, along with koto performance at noon April 26; six-minute walk from JR Ueno Station; 03-3822-3675.
BEST OF THE BEST EXHIBITION (Tokyo): Through May 17, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., until 8 p.m. Fri.; featuring 160 masterpieces from the Ishibashi Foundation at the Bridgestone Museum of Art, five-minute walk from JR Tokyo Station, No. 6 Exit; 800 yen adults, 600 yen seniors, 500 yen senior high school and college students, kids free; www.bridgestone-museum.gr.jp/en.
INTIMATE IMPRESSIONISM FROM THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, WASHINGTON, D.C. (Tokyo): Through May 24, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., closed Mondays except May 4 & 11; featuring 68 masterpieces from Renoir, Manet, Monet, Degas, Cezanne and others at Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, five-minute walk from JR Tokyo Station or three-minute walk from Nijyubashi-mae Station on Chiyoda Line; 1,600 yen adults, 1,000 yen college and senior high school students, 500 yen kids; http://mimt.jp.
TOKYO BIG SIX BASEBALL LEAGUE (Tokyo): Through May 31; at Jingu Stadium, four-minute walk from JR Sendagaya Station on Sobu-Line or four-minute walk from Kokuritsu Kyogijo Station on Oedo-Line; 1,300 yen for the infield bleachers, 800 yen for the outfield bleachers; 03-3409-5610.
GUERCINO EXHIBITION (Tokyo): Through May 31, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., until 8 p.m. Fri., closed Mon.; Guercino (1591-1666), was one of the major painters of the Italian Baroque period who further developed the Baroque aesthetics begun by painters Caravaggio and Carracci. The exhibit features 40 paintings by Guercino from the collections of the Municipal Art Gallery of Cento, Italy; The National Museum of Western Art, one-minute walk from JR Ueno Station; 1,500 yen for adults, 1,200 yen college students, 800 yen senior high school students; 03-5777-8600; www.nmwa.go.jp/en.
EDOGAWA SPORTSLAND ICE SKATING (Tokyo): Through May 31, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; 1-8-1, Higashi Shinozaki, Edogawa-ku, six-minute walk from JR Koiwa Station on Sobu Line; adults 510 yen/day, kids 210 yen/day plus adults 310 yen and children 210 yen for shoe rental; 03-3677-1711.
LOUVRE MUSEUM: GENRE PAINTING – SCENES FROM DAILY LIFE (Tokyo): Through June 1, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., until 8 p.m. Fri., May 23, 24 30 & 31; featuring 83 paintings from the Musee du Louvre’s collection, including Vemeer’s “The Astronomer” at the National Art Center, Nogizaka Station on Chiyoda Line, or five-minute walk from Roppongi Station on Hibiya Station; 1,600 yen adults, 1,200 yen college students, 800 yen high school students; www.nact.jp/english/exhibitions/2015/louvre2015/index.html.
THE GREAT AMAZON AT NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE: Through June 14, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., closed Mon.; five-minute walk from JR Ueno Station; 1,600 yen adults, 600 yen kids; www.kahaku.go.jp/english.
TOKYO DISNEYLAND EASTER SPECIAL: Through June 23; features Hippity-Hoppity Springtime parade set in the secret Easter garden with the Disney friends and of Easter bunnies; guests can challenge themselves to two egg hunt programs (separate fees, 510 yen standard course, 1,040 yen expert course, in Japanese only), with more than 40 different types of Easter eggs with Disney character designs hidden around the park; two-minute ride from Resort Gate Station/Maihama Station, JR Keiyo Line; 6,900 yen adults, 6,000 yen ages 12-17, 4,500 yen ages 4-11, discount pass after 3 p.m. weekends and holidays: 5,400 yen adults, 4,700 yen youth, 3,500 yen kids; www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp.
EASTER SPECIAL “MICKEY & DUFFY’S SPRING FAIR” (Chiba prefecture): Through June 23; events include Mickey and friends gathering for a colorful springtime fashion show; Tokyo DisneySea Station, nine-minute monorail ride from Resort Gateway Station/Maihama Station, JR Keiyo Line; 6,900 yen adults, 6,000 yen ages 12-17, 4,500 yen ages 4-11, discount after 3 p.m. weekends and holidays is 5,400 yen adults, 4,700 yen youth, 3,500 yen kids; www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp.
MONEY AND BEAUTY: BOTTICELLI AND THE RENAISSANCE IN FLORENCE (Tokyo): Through June 28, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., until 9 p.m. Fri., Sat. & Sun, closed April 20; featuring many of Botticelli’s masterpieces at Bunkamura The Museum, seven-minute walk from JR Shibuya Station; 1,500 yen adults, 1,000 yen college and senior high school students, 700 yen children; www.bunkamura.co.jp/english/museum/20150321.html.
ANNA AND ELSA’S FROZEN FANTASY AT TOKYO DISNEYLAND (Chiba prefecture): Through July 7; set after Anna and Elsa reconciled, see winter in a world of ice and snow created by Elsa’s power; two-minute ride from Resort Gate Station/Maihama Station, JR Keiyo Line; www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp.
WILLIAM PERRY, ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND JOHN F. KENNEDY’S CHALLENGE – LEGENDS WHO MADE HISTORIES (Tokyo): Through Sept. 30, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., closed Sun. & holidays; featuring rare items at Meisei University Library; free, but need advance reservation; 042-591-5104; www.meisei-u.ac.jp/english.
20TH IEJIMA LILY FESTIVAL: April 18-May 6; the island of Iejima, 5.5 miles off the coast of Motobu Peninsula, has a large lily field where 200,000 Teppo Yuri lilies bloom. See taiko drums, traditional dances and songs, karaoke and more at the stage inside the lily park, ferries sail at 9 & 11 a.m., and 3 & 5 p.m. from Motobu Port (30-minute trip) April 28-May 6; 0980-49-2906 (Iejima Sightseeing Association); 0980-49-2255 (ferries).
AZAMA “SUN SUN” BEACH OPENING: April 19, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; swim in the ocean and enjoy a variety of marine attractions, including water-skiing, banana boat riding, watercraft riding and more; 50-minute drive from Naha Airport; 098-948-3521.
THE WHALE CHANNEL TOKASHIKI ISLAND BEACH OPENING: April 20; beach opening at Aharen Beach, a mecca for marine sports such as snorkeling and diving; 30-minute ride from Tokashiki Port; 098-987-2333.
NISHIHARA MARINE PARK KIRA KIRA BEACH: April 25, 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; beach opening ceremony, followed by hula dance and Hawaiian live band, water attractions and more; 35-minute drive from Naha Airport, parking lot available; 098-944-5589.
HIJYAGAWA KOINOBORI FESTIVAL: April 26, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; 200 koinobori (carp streamers) along the Hijyagawa River, along with other attractions; 20-minute ride from Okinawa Minami IC; 098-956-1177.
NAGO BEACH OPENING: April 29, 10 a.m.; opening ceremony held by a Buddhist monk praying for safety throughout the season, plus activities at the beach after the ceremony; the 21st Century Forest Park beach, Nago city, 90-minute drive from Naha Airport; 0980-53-7755.
HAJINE DAM OOKAWA KOINOBORI FESTIVAL: May 2 & 3, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; 300 koinobori (carp streamers) along the Hajine Dam, as well as with live performances, kayaking, skateboarding, futsal and more; 35-minute ride from Kyoda I.C.; 0980-53-1212.
KOINOBORI FESTIVAL AT UENO GERMAN CULTURE VILLAGE: May 2-6, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; about 1,000 koinobori (carp streamers) designed by kindergarten and nursery school students on Miyakojima Island on display as well as attractions the site, 15-minute ride from Miyako Airport; free admission, fee for rides; 0980-76-3771.
NAGO ORCHID FESTIVAL: May 2-6, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Nago orchid was first discovered at Nago Valley in 1721 and registered as an endangered species and this festival is for preserving this rare species of orchid; at Neo Park Okinawa; free to see Nago orchid, but 660 yen adults, 330 yen youths, 220 yen kids for admission; 0980-52-6348.
OKINAWA FLOWER CARNIVAL 2015: Through May 6; showcasing flowers; Shuri Castle Park, Okinawa Commemorative Government Park, Okinawa Kenritsu Budokan, Nakijin Castle Park and Yaedake Cherry Park; Okinawa Sightseeing Convention Bureau 098-859-6129.
JEJU CANOLA FLOWER FESTIVAL & UDO TRUMPET SHELL FESTIVAL (Jeju province): April 17-19; enjoy the vibrant landscape of canola flower and udo trumpet shell in bloom, along with other attractions scheduled at the Udo Canola Flower Village on Udo Island; take Bus 38 to Daeseom from Jeju International Airport, transfer to the local bus bound for Dongilju, and get off at Seongsan Harbor, then take a ferry to Cheonjinhang Harbor and the Udo Canola Flower Village is 984 feet from the harbor; +82-2-1330.
NAKDONGGANG YOUCHAE FESTIVAL (South Gyeongsang province): April 17-21; enjoy canola flowers in bloom along the Nakdonggang River, along with attractions such as singing contest, musical performances and sports events; take an intercity bus to Namji from Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal; +82-2-1330; eng.cng.go.kr.
MUSICAL, “JEKYLL & HYDE”: Ulsan, April 17, 7:30 p.m., April 18, 3 & 7:30 p.m., April 19, 2 & 6:30 p.m., Ulsan Culture Art Center, 60,000-140,000 won; Changwon, April 24, 7:30 p.m., April 25, 3 & 7:30 p.m. and April 26, 2 & 6:30 p.m., Main Theater, Sungsan Arts Hall; Gwangju, May 1, Main Theater, Gwangju Culture & Art Center; Gyeonggi, May 9, 3 & 7:30 p.m., May 10, 2 & 6:30 p.m., Goyang Aram Nuri Arts Center, Aram Opera House; 60,000-140,000 won; www.tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
GOCHANG GREEN BARLEY FIELD FESTIVAL (North Jeolla province): April 18-May 10; includes attractions such as making lutes out of barley and searching for hidden treasures in the barley fields; take an express bus to Gochang Terminal from Seoul Central City Terminal; +82-2-1330.
SPRING FESTIVAL OF THE GARDEN OF MORNING CALM (Gyeonggi province): April 18-May 31, 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.: The Garden of Morning Calm is one of Korea’s major botanical gardens, attracting 700,000 tourists from home and abroad annually; take a bus bound for Cheongpyeong Bus Terminal from Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, then take a bus bound for the garden; 9,000 won adults, 6,500 won students, 5,500 won kids; +82-2-1330.
PLAY, “RAISING DAD” (Seoul): Through April 19; KB Haneul Youth Theater, The National Theater of Korea; 35,000-45,000 won; www.tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
DAS MUSICAL, “ROBIN HOOD” (Gyeonggi): April 19-May 25; Seongnam Arts Center, Opera House, Cube Art Center; 40,000-130,000 won; www.tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
ICHEON CERAMIC FESTIVAL (Gyeonggi province): April 24-May 17; Icheon is well-known city for ceramic arts since originating in the Bronze Age and was designated a “City of Crafts and Folk Art” on the UNESCO Creative Cities Network in 2010. Visitors can see varieties of Korea’s finest ceramics such as Cheongja, Baekja and Buncheongsagi; +82-2-1330; www.ceramic.or.kr.
LINDA MCCARTNEY RETROSPECTIVE (Seoul): Through April 26; Daelim Museum; 5,000 won ages 19-64, 3,000 won ages 8-18, 2,000 won ages 3-7; www.tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
MUSICAL “PHANTOM” (Seoul): April 28-July 26; Chungmu Art Hall, Grand Theater, 50,000-80,000-110,000-140,000 won; www.tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
MILLET, BARBIZON & FONTAINEBLEAU: Through May 10; at Seoul Olympic Museum of Arts; 14,000 won ages 19-64, 10,000 won ages 13-18, 8,000 won ages 7-12; www.tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
MOONLIGHT TOUR AT CHANGDEOKGUNG PALACE (Seoul): Through June 3, 8-10 p.m.; special opportunities to visit the Changdeokgung Palace at the full moon of the months in April-June of the Lunar year; limited to the first 100 people per day, 30,000 won; http://ticket.interpark.com/Global.
MUSICAL “M. BUTTERFLY” (Seoul): Through June 7; Doosan Art Center, Yongkang Hall, 30,000-45,000-60,000 won; www.tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
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