The Japan Ukiyo-e Museum
Opened in the spring of 1982, the Japan Ukiyo-e Museum houses the largest single collection of ukiyo-e woodblock prints in the world. Started by the Sakai family of wealthy paper wholesalers, their collection covers an impressively wide selection of artists and genres. The museum continues to acquire important works today, preserving this historical slice of Japan’s culture.
|Location||2206-1, Shimadachi Koshiba, Matsumoto City Map|
|Business hours||10:00 - 17:00|
|Usage fee||Adults : 1,200 yen Children : 600 yen|
Access and Parking
By Train:24 min bus from Matsumoto Station (JR Chuo Line) via the Town Sneaker (Western Course's Long Course)