Yoku Moku Museum

[Image: @Shingo Fujimoto]

The Yoku Moku Collection is one of the world's most comprehensive Picasso ceramic editions.* The notable feature of Picasso's edition is the craftsmen's faithful realization of the shape and effect of Picasso's unique piece by using the mold and potter's wheel. They even reproduced the form and impact of Picasso's unconventional techniques. Picasso went into high gear on ceramic manufacture in 1947 following WWII. For these works, he collaborated with Georges and Suzanne Ramié at their Madoura workshop in Vallauris, southern France. His ceramic work continued until his death in 1973. The Yoku Moku Museum houses Picasso’s unrivaled record of works made of clay. It includes some large-scale works which cover a broad range of serving dishes produced in editions, including bowls, jugs, dishes, and platters, also some exquisite large vases.







Disabled access

CollectionsPablo Picasso
Closed on Monday
Open on a public holiday Monday but closed on the following day.
Closed during the New Year holidays and in between exhibitions.
FeeAdults ¥1200; University, High School and Junior High School Students ¥800; Elementary School Students and Under, Persons with Disability Certificates + 1 Companion free.

Location: 6-15-1 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku Tokyo 107-0062


9 minute walk from exit B1 at Omotesando Station on the Hanzomon, Ginza and Chiyoda lines; From the Miyamasuzaka exit of JR Shibuya Station, take the Toei bus and get off at Aoyama Gakuin Middle School. The venue is 1 minute walk from there.