The Society for Preservation of Japanese Art Swords
(Nihon Bijutsu Touken Hozon Kyokai)
The Japanese Sword Museum


Exhibition of Kajo Suzuki's donated items
Tuesday March 29 | Sunday May 15.2016

Welcome to the exhibition of the “Collection of Kajo Suzuki’s donated items.”
@Kajo Suzuki, a former president of the Society for Preservation of Japanese Art Swords and former director of the Japanese Sword Museum, passed away on April 20, 2004. After his death, members of Kajo Suzuki’s bereaved family, Ayako Suzuki, Toshiro Suzuki, and Katsuro Suzuki, donated his collection to the Society on his birthday, May 9, 2005, in the hope that it would be available for public appreciation and for research as an academic reference.
 Kajo Suzuki’s collection covers a wide range of Japanese swords, from koto (old swords) and shinto (new swords), to gendaito (contemporary swords), as well as sword fittings and mountings. All of these items are of excellent quality. The collection includes 2 Important Art Objects, 3 Special Important Swords, 1 Special Important Mounting, 21 Important Swords, and 5 Special Important Fittings and Mountings.
 This year is the 13th anniversary of Kajo Suzuki’s death. We once again would like to express our deep gratitude to the Suzuki Family, and hope you will enjoy the collection he loved.


Next Exhibition:
Tuesday May 17|Sunday June 12.2016@The 24th Newly Designated Special Important Swords and Fittings Exhibition



Information
Hours 10:00-16:30 (Last Entry 16:00)
Closed Mondays
Admission fee Adults : 600JPY
Members/Students : 300JPY
Children under 15 : Free
Access 8 minutes by foot from Sangubashi station of Odakyu-Line.
7 minutes by foot from Hatsudai station of Keio-Shin-Sen-Line (the Keio New Line).
Map
Address 4-25-10 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku Tokyo , Japan 151-0053
Phone 03-3379-1386
Fax 03-3379-1389

Sword Museum Access movie
8 minutes by foot from Sangubashi station of Odakyu-Line.

7 minutes by foot from Hatsudai station of Keio-Shin-Sen-Line.

Grutt Pass is a value-priced ticket booklet which provides admission or discounts to the 71 facilities in Tokyo.
gurutto path


* NBTHK Japan offers courtesy service of English translation from 'Token Bijutsu' bulletin to overseas members. Also we started another English translation service of "Nihon Koto Shi" (Hisotry of Koto) written by Dr. Junji (Kunzan) Honma, which we have been carrying in serial form since Token Bijutsu No.547 in 2002 and hope you to encourage foreign sword lovers to join our association. Members receive 'Token Bijutsu' (Japanese edition) every month and are able to see all of sword photos and oshigata of the translations in it.

* Please access to the web site of our overseas branches to apply for your overseas membership.