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Hasegawa Machiko Art Museum長谷川町子美術館

Art Museum

This is a private art museum exhibiting works of art which Machiko Hasegawa, the author of the comic, “Sazae-san”, and her older sister Mariko collected during their lifetime. The museum showcases about 700 artifacts starting with paintings by Japanese and Western artists, glass and ceramics. The exhibitions are changed several times a year. There is also a corner exhibiting ceramics and watercolor works produced by Hasegawa Machiko, and original drawings such as “Sazae-san” and “Ijiwaru Baasan”. The “Sazae-san Anime Exhibition” is held every summer. Bronze statues of the characters which appear in Sazae-san are lined up on “Sazae-san-dori Street” which continues on from Sakurashinmachi Station.

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place Tokyo Setagaya-ku Sakurashinmachi 1-30-6
phone 0337018766

Review of Hasegawa Machiko Art Museum

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Reviewed:2018/02/12 Sazae-san, the longest running Japanese TV animation
Do you know Sazae-san It centers around a happy Japanese family who find joy in the ordinary everyday life. Very well known to every Japanese. There is a little art museum hidden away in...
Reviewed:2014/11/13 Double Petaled Cherry Blossom
Sazae-san is a famous newspaper cartoon by Machiko Hasegawa. My friend and I went to visit her art Museum. We got off at JR Yamanote Line Shibuya Station, and briefly visited the statute of...
Reviewed:2018/10/20 記念館ではなく美術館でした
桜新町駅にもサザエさんの銅像がたくさんあり 以前から気になっていたので行ってみました。
いざ入って見ると 展示してあるものはほとんど日本画で「あれ?」という感じでした。
「長谷川町子記念館なのでサザエさんのものを沢山展示してある」と思っていたのは ただの思い込みでした。
サザエさん関連のコーナーも もちろんあります。



Tokyo Setagaya-ku Sakurashinmachi 1-30-6 [map]



10:00-17:30 (Admission Deadline 17:00)
Monday (The Next day for Public holiday), exhibition replacement periods, New Year's Holiday
[Admission fee] General 600 Yen, High School Students 500 Yen, Junior High School Students 400 Yen
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