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Exhibition

Exhibition

 Collection of Kajō Suzuki’s Donated Items
 


Date
Aug.8(Sat) ー Aug .30 (Sun),2020

 Greetings

Welcome to the exhibition of the “Collection of Kajō Suzuki’s Donated Items.”

Kajō 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 Kajō Suzuki’s bereaved family, Ayako, Toshirō and Katsurō 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.


Kajō Suzuki’s collection covers a wide range of Japanese swords of every periods from kotō (swords made before the Muromachi period) to gendaitō (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
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This year is the 17th anniversary of Kajō 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.



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Collection of Kajō Suzuki’s Donated Items

 

Hours & Admission

Hours & Admission

Hours

9:30-17:00 (Last admission at 16:30)

Closed

Mondays
(When a national holiday falls on Monday, the museum is open on Monday and is closed the next day, Tuesday)
Exhibition changing periods
New Year holidays

 

Admission Fee

Adults
※ ( ) indicate prices for those in groups of 20 or more.
1000(700) yen
Members 700 yen
Students 500 yen
  • Persons under 15
  • Persons with disabilities and one person accompanying them              
free
*The admission fee varies by exhibition. Please see the webpage of each exhibition informaion.

----- Ticket Information -----
During the following period, the exhibition ticket (Adult) can be purchased with 10% discount
with the special or permanent exhibition ticket of the Sumida Hokusai Museum(http://hokusai-museum.jp/).
 
Period: 2019/4/1(Mon) ~2020/3/31(Tue)
※This is only valid for the same visiting date.

Floor Map

Floor Map

1F

1F Floor

  1. Entrance
  2. Sub Entrance
  3. Lobby
  4. Information Desk
  5. Museum Shop / Tickets
  6. Information Corner
  7. Cafe
  8. Lecture Hall

2F

2F Floor

  1. Lobby
  2. Office
  3. Reading Room

3F

3F Floor

  1. Lobby
  2. Exhibition Hall
  3. Roof Garden

Access

Access

1-12-9,Yokoami, Sumidaku, Tokyo 130-0015

Access(Select)

By Train, Subway

By Train, Subway

7 minutes walk from West Exit of Ryogoku Station, JR Sobu Line.
5 minutes walk from A1 Exit of Ryogoku Station, Toei Subway Oedo Line.

By Bus

By Bus

Get off at “Kyu Yasudateien・Doaikinenbyoin” and walk 1 minute.
Toei bus or Sumida City circulation bus (Southern Route)

By Car

By Car

About 5 minutes from the Komagata Exit on Metropolitan Expressway No.6, Mukojima Route. About 15 minutes from the Kinshicho Exit of No.7, Komatsugawa Route.

Access(From Airport)

From Airport

Narita Airport

  • Keisei Line

Ueno Station

  • JR Yamanote Line
  • JR Keihin Tohoku Line
  • JR Narita Express

Tokyo Station

  • JR Yamanote Line
  • JR Keihin Tohoku Line

Akihabara Station

  • JR Sobu Line(3 minutes)

Ryogoku Station

  • 西口から徒歩7分

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Haneda Airport

  • Tokyo-Monorail Airport Rapid

Hamamatsucho Station

  • JR Keihin Tohoku Line Rapid
  • Keikyu-Kuko Line

Shinagwa Station

  • JR Yamanote Line
  • JR Keihin Tohoku Line

Akihabara Station

  • JR Sobu Line(3 minutes)

Ryogoku Station

  • 7 minutes walk from West Exit

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1-12-9, Yokoami, Sumidaku, Tokyo 130-0015 TEL:03-6284-1000 FAX:03-6284-1100
Hours:9:30-17:00 (Last admission at 16:30) Closed:Mondays (Holidays are open)

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