Yamatane Museum of Art
Museum in The Ebisu, Daikanyama area
Yamatane Museum of Art opened a branch in Hiroo in October of 2009.
The museum first opened in 1966 in Nihonbashi Kabutocho as Japan's first museum specializing in Japanese painting. Based on the idea of founder Tanesuji Yamazaki that "pictures are personality", this collection is centered around works of art that were collected and donated through direct interaction with the artists. In 1976, the second director, Tomiharu Yamazaki, purchased a total of 105 Hayami Mifune works from the former Ataka collection. Together with the works that had been held until then, the museum has a total of 120 works of Mifune and has is popularly known as the "Mifune Museum". In 2006, the museum celebrated its 40 anniversary.
Current or Upcoming Events
Seiho Takeuchi’s “Tabby Cat” and an Animal Paradise
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From 10:00 to 17:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on public holiday Monday but closed on the following day. Closed during the New Year holidays and in between exhibitions.
Adults ¥1100, University and High School Students ¥900, Junior High School Students and under free. Special Exhibition Fees may be charged separately.
Address: 3-12-36 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0012
12 minute walk from exit 2 at Ebisu Station on the Hibiya line. 13 minute walk from the West exit of Ebisu Station on the JR Yamanote, Saikyo and Shonan Shinjuku lines.