Since opening in 1986, in the northeast corner of Kinuta Park (a recreational area abounding in nature and greenery), Setagaya Art Museum has accumulated approximately 10,000 works of art, from both Japan and from overseas. The majority of their collection consists of works attributed to artists from, or in some way connected to, Setagaya ward. Included in the collection, are some striking pieces by the famous calligrapher, ceramicist and gastronome Kitaoji Rosanjin. In addition to its various displays, the art museum also a number of additional facilities, including a library, a restaurant and a museum shop.


1-2 Kinuta-Koen, Setagaya, Tokyo

Transport Yoga station (Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line)

Telephone 03 3415 6011

Telephone 03 3415 6011

Open 10am-6pm (last admission 5.30pm) / closed Mon

Admission ¥200; ¥100 college/high students; junior high/elementary school students and over 65 years old


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.


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