Yuki Museum of Art 0

Many items are owned and exhibited, such as chakaiseki (tea ceremony meals) serving dishes and antiquities, with focus on the tea ceremony utensils collected by Mr. Teiichi Yuki, the founder of the Japanese restaurant Kiccho.

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  • Open

    10:00 - 16:30 (admissions close at 16:00; museum is open until 19:00 on the first Friday of every month)
  • Closed

    Mondays (closed the following day when holidays fall on Monday), exhibit rotation periods

A museum with a collection and exhibition of tea ceremony utensils gathered over a more than 50 year period by Mr. Teiichi Yuki, the founder of the Japanese restaurant Kiccho. Serving dishes for chakaiseki (tea ceremony meals) and other antiquities can also be found on display. The museum opened in 1987 where Midosuji turns into Hirano-cho, and within a building which once housed the now-defunct Kiccho Hirano location. The museum collection includes Ishiyamagire, Koyagire, Daitou Kokushi Bokuseki, Kasuganomiya Mandara, Karamono Nasubi Chaire (Jo-o Nasubi/Mihotsukushi Nasubi), Shino Chawan Mei Hirosawa, Oribe Yoho Tebachi, and more. In addition to the 12 important cultural properties included in the collection, pieces spanning from the Nara era to the Edo era are also on display. Special exhibitions are held 3-4 times a year.

  • Location

    〒 541-0046 3-3-9 Hiranomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka
  • Directions

    5-minute walk from Yodoyabashi Station on the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line
  • Price

    Adults ¥700, university students ¥400, high school students ¥300
  • Average Time

    60 min.
  • Tel

    06-6203-0188
  • Fax

    06-6203-1080
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