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Tokyo Fuji Art Museum東京富士美術館


Art Museum

An art museum located close to Soka University in Yano-machi, Hachioji City, Tokyo. The museum was established by Soka Gakkai International founder Daisaku Ikeda. The museum's collection of some 30,000 paintings, photographs, prints, sculptures, and crafts covers a broad array of periods and regions, including Western art from the Renaissance to the modern day and photographs dating back to the birth of the art form.


Tokyo Hachioujishi Yanomachi 492-1 (Machida / Takao / HachiojiArea)

phone 0426914511

10:00-17:00(16:30Information desk closed)

Review of Tokyo Fuji Art Museum

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/03/19 Easy day trip
This museum has the largest collection of Western art of any museum we have been to so far. The collection is very well balanced as far as major schools of art being represented across a historical...
Reviewed:2017/02/04 Average art museum in Hachioji
If you happen to be in Hachioji and in Soka university vicinity you might as well check this place out. Like all museums in Japan its nicely done, has clean and comfortable facilities but I wouldnt...
Reviewed:2014/11/07 Great Place
Great work here. This place located very near with SOKA University. You can access easily by bus from Hachioji Station.

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Tokyo Hachioujishi Yanomachi 492-1 [ map ]
Machida / Takao / HachiojiArea
10:00-17:00(16:30Information desk closed)
Monday (open on public holidays, substitute public holidays, closed on next Tuesday), New Year's Holiday, exhibition replacement periods
[Admission fee special exhibition] Varies by exhibition
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Temporary suspension of business:Closed until July 2, 2020 (Information as of June 22, 2020)
* Information may be changed, so please be sure to check the official information.

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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