【Closed for renovation】 Fujita Museum 0

Approximately 5,000 items of oriental antiquities collected by Denzaburo Fujita, a wealthy merchant of the Meiji Era, and his descendants. Of the collection, nine are national treasures, and 50 are important cultural assets.

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  • Open

    ※Closed until 2022.
    Early March to early June, 10:00 - 16:30 (admissions close 16:00) (Spring exhibition)
    Mid-September to early December (Autumn exhibition)
  • Closed

    ※Closed for reconstruction until April 2022.
    Mondays (closed the following day when holidays fall on Monday)

A two-minute walk after turning left from Exit 3 of the Osakajo-Kitazume Station of the JR Tozai Line. Fujita Museum of Art owns the oriental antiquity collection of Denzaburo Fujita, a wealthy merchant during the Meiji Era, and his descendants. Opened in 1954, its collection numbers approximately 5,000 articles, including paintings, calligraphy, ceramics, sculptures, lacquer ware, gold ware, dyed textile, and archaeological materials ranging from the ancient times to the Meiji Period. Of these, nine including the Murasaki-Shikibu Nikki Ekotoba and Yohen Tenmoku Tea Bowl are designated as national treasures, and 50 are designated as important cultural assets. This museum was created by renovating an old warehouse of the Fujita residence to create exhibition rooms, and there are no permanent exhibitions. Themed exhibitions take place twice a year, entitled Spring Exhibition and Autumn Exhibition, where the collection is partially exhibited.

  • Location

    〒 534-0026 10-32 Amijimacho, Miyakojima-ku, Osaka
  • Directions

    Roughly a 2-minute walk left from exit 3 of Osakajo-kitazume Station on the JR Tozai Line
  • Price

    Adults ¥800, high school and university students ¥500, middle school students and under ¥300, kindergarten students and under free
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