Sato Sakura Museum

Museum in The Ebisu, Daikanyama area

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The Sato Sakura Museum of Art was opened as a museum that specializes in providing the opportunity to view modern Nihonga. Our museum's collection centers on works from Nihonga artists born beginning in the Showa era (1926-1989). Works in our museum's possession are shown to the public in a "Collection Exhibition" format, with a new theme for each exhibition. Our collection currently consists of over 700 works. Another of the distinctive features of our collection is that it is made up in large part of large-scale works that measure over size 50 (1167×909/803/727mm). It is our hope that our museum, specializing in modern Nihonga, can act as a space in which even more people can experience the wonders of Nihonga, while also supporting the creative efforts of Nihonga artists.

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Permanent Artists/Collection

Chinami Nakajima, Junichi Hayashi, Koichi Nabatame, Nobuyoshi Watanabe, Yu Yoshikawa, Shuou Yoshida, Shin Sato, Reiji Hiramatsu, Koji Matsumura

Opening hours

From 10:00 to 18:00
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 ¥500, Seniors 70 & Over ¥400, University and High School Students ¥300, Junior High School Students (accompanied by an adult) ¥100, Elementary School Students free, Persons with Disability Certificates 50% off above fees.


Address: 1-7-13 Kamimeguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-0051
Phone: 03-3496-1771

4 minute walk from the West exit of Nakameguro Station on the Tokyu Toyoko or Hibiya line.

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