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Gotoh Museum, Tokyo

Gotoh Museum - Tokyo, Japan
Gotoh Museum
3-9-25 Kaminoge, Tokyo, Japan 158-8510Map
+81 3 5777 8600
Neighborhood: Setagaya-ku
Overview

The private collection of Keita Goto is well known for its sections of Heian period, Genji Monogatari picture scrolls, which are shown annually in May. The museum is also famous for its extensive tea ceremony utensils from ancient Japanese kilns. In addition, there are excellent representative pieces of Kofun harness bits, Nara and Kamakura period sutras, Chinese Song period ceramics and paintings plus a noteworthy sampling of calligraphy. Leave time for a walk through the adjacent sloping garden.

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Gotoh Museum General Information
  • Open Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
  • Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries, Educational, Sports and the Outdoors, Arts & Museums
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