Sekido Museum of Art

Name of facilitySekido Museum of Art
OverviewThe museum houses the collections that have been collected from around the world over 60 years by Satoh Senju, the chief director of the Satoh Art craft research & scholarship foundation. They are various works including earthenware, ceramics, Buddha statues, bronze and jade artifact. Kosomezuke or porcelain made by Hamada Shoji and Shimaoka Tatsuzo, and India and Pakistan Buddha statues are large volumes of the collection. It also houses a collection of Nishiki-e or color-printed Ukiyo-e made by Katsushika Hokusai and Ando Hiroshige, which has connection with the place of Senju. The curator, Hayashi Katsuhiko said "The foundation was established as a part of the community service for the purpose of international exchange and cultural improvement. I hope it will help to revitalize the city." There is a nice relaxed teahouse,"Myoko" run by Adachi disability organization, "Yuai-kai" next to the museum.
Available time10:00-17:00 (Last admission 16:30)
ClosedMondays (Tuesday if it falls on a national holiday) ・ Summer holidays・ December 16th to January 10th
Admission feeAdults ¥500, students ¥300
※ Elementary school students and under (must be accompanied by an adult), Free admission for people aged 65 and over and visitors with a disability certificate.
Address23 Senju-hashidocho Adachi
Access3-min. walk from Keisei Line Senju-Ohashi Station
3-min. walk from Senju-Ohashi-Eki stop of Community bus, Harukaze for Kita-Senju western area cycle from Kita-Senju Station (West Exit) on Tobu Skytree Line, JR, Tokyo Metro and Tsukuba Express
MapGoogle map
Parking LotOnly one lot for the disabled
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