Kichijoji Art Museum

Kichijoji Art Museum opened on February 2nd, 2002. Its collection includes a variety of genres including Nihonga painting, oil painting, calligraphy, and photography. The museum accepts donations from artists with ties to Kichijoji City and their family members, putting its collection at some 2,000 pieces.

The copperplate prints of Yozo Hamaguchi and the woodblock prints of Hideo Hagiwara are on regular display in the Yozo Hamaguchi and Hideo Hagiwara Memorial Rooms. Four to five times each year, the Exhibition Room holds exhibitions of works from artists in the collection and other special shows. It can be used as a Citizen’s Gallery each July, November, and March. With the motto “See, create, educate,” Kichijoji Art Museum is a small space that strives to be an exciting and unique oasis within the city where art can be freely enjoyed.





Disabled access

Closed on the last Wednesday of each month and during the New Year holidays.
FeeAdults ¥100; Elementary School Students and Under free; Seniors 65 & Over, Persons with Disability Certificates free. [Special Exhibition] Adults ¥300, High School and Junior High School Students ¥100

Location: 7F FF Bldg., 1-8-16 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-0004



3 minute walk from the North exit of Kichijoji Station on the JR Chuo and Sobu lines or Keio Inokashira line.