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The Seikado Bunko Art Museum is home to a total of 6,500 works of art, all of which were collected by Mitsubishi big names Yanosuke Iwasaki and his son, Koyata. Items on display include exquisite pottery, lacquerware, and paintings — some of which are National Treasures.

Permanent exhibitions

The history of Iwasaki family and the museum collection. | Photo by Jane Pipkin

There is no permanent exhibition space at the Seikado Bunko Art Museum. However, there are special and thematic exhibitions. See a list of this year’s exhibitions.

Museum facilities

Museum shop. | Photo by Jane Pipkin

There is a small museum shop at the entrance.

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How to buy tickets for Seikado Bunko Art Museum

You can purchase tickets online or buy them directly at the museum. We recommend buying ticket in advance, as timeslots fill up quickly.

You can also enter by using the discount Tokyo Station Area Museums Ticket.

How to get to Seikado Art Museum

Take the train to Tokyo Station or Yurakuchō Station, and then walk for about five minutes. Alternatively, take the Chiyoda Subway Line to Nijubashimae Station.

Things to do nearby

This museum is in the Marunouchi area, known for its shopping and dining facilities.

Frequently asked questions

How long do you need for the Seikado Bunko Art Museum?

We recommend spending at least a hour at the Seikado Bunko Art Museum.

Does Seikado Bunko Art Museum have English support?

Some of the exhibit information is provided in English.