Exhibition of daimyo’s possessions (warrior collection, tea utensils, Noh items), legacy of the Owari Tokugawa Family

The Tokugawa Art Museum

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The Tokugawa Art Museum is one of very few museums to exhibit treasures and daimyo’s possessions inherited from the Owari Tokugawa Family.
The Museum’s collection includes more than 10,000 items such as personal belongings of Ieyasu Tokugawa, objects that once belonged to Yoshinao Tokugawa and subsequent generations and their families. The Museum is fortunate to hold 9 national treasures including the world-famous Tale of Genji picture scrolls, 59 important cultural properties and 46 art treasures, and is highly regarded for the variety and quality of its well-preserved collection. The Hosa Library and Tokugawa garden are located adjacent to the Tokugawa Art Museum.

Access From Nagoya Eki Mae Bus terminal No.2 to Tokugawaen Shindeki Bus Stop by the City Bus (2-keito) - Hikarigaoka/Idakahsako-direction (20 mins, 210 yen), an approx. 3-minute walk from Tokugawaen Shindeki Bus Stop
OR an approx. 10-minute walk from JR Ozone Station (south gate) (200 yen from Nagoya Station)
Opening hours 10:00-17:00
Admission fees Adult: 1,200 yen,
University/senior high student: 700 yen,
Elementary/junior high student: 500 yen
Closed Mondays(open in the case of a public holiday and closed on the following business day)
Year-end and New Year holidays
Time of tour(s) Approx.60 mins
Address 1017 Tokugawa-cho, Higashi-ku, Nagoya City
TEL 052-935-6262
H P http://www.tokugawa-art-museum.jp/(JAPANESE)

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