The Tokugawa Art Museum
An art museum of important artifacts from the Owari Tokugawa family, including items inherited from Tokugawa Ieyasu
This art museum has a collection of more than 10,000 feudal lord implements, starting with items that once belonged to Tokugawa Ieyasu, and items treasured by the first head of the Owari Tokugawa family, Yoshinao (Ieyasu's ninth son), and his descendants. The museum is proud to hold nine National Treasures, including the Illustrated Scroll of The Tale of Genji, 59 important cultural properties, and many other high quality treasures that have been preserved in good condition. The main hall is registered as a national tangible cultural property.
1017 Tokugawa-cho, Higashi-ku, Nagoya
|Access||NAGOYA sightseeing route bus ME-GURU "Tokugawaen" sta.
10-minute walk from South exit JR "Ozone" Sta.
|FAX||+81-52-935-6261 (Inquiries in English not accepted)|
|Opening Hours||10:00-17:00(Last entry at 16:30)|
|Regular Holiday||Every Monday (or the following day if a national or substitute holiday falls on a Monday), mid-December to the New Year|
College and Sr. high school students: ¥700→¥600
Jr. high and elementary sehool students: ¥500→¥400
※Saturdays: Free for all elementary school ,Jr and Sr. high school students.
※Fees will vary depending on the exhibition content.
|Parking||100 parking spaces
Paid: 120 yen per 30 minutes
(100 free parking spaces)
|Supported Credit Cards
|Accepted only at the museum shop|