Seseraginosato Museum is a local museum in Okutama. Even just the outside of the museum is a sight to see — a traditional Japanese-style house surrounded by zelkova and cedar trees and the sounds of the nearby Tama River. 

Permanent exhibitions

Four to five different exhibitions are held throughout the year, each one centered around artwork and calligraphy related to the region.

Museum facilities

This is a relatively small museum, so there aren’t that many facilities. However, there is a small souvenir corner and toilets.

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How to buy tickets for Seseraginosato Museum

The admission fee is ¥300 for adults and ¥200 for children. You pay at the museum’s entrance.

How to get there

To get to Seseraginosato Museum, you’ll need to take the Ōme Line to Mitake Station or Kawai Station and then walk up to 20 minutes.