Current Special Exhibition

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  • What's On

"Scenery of Both Banks of the Sumida River" and "Sketches by Hokusai"

December 21, 2021(Tue.) - May 22, 2022(Sun.)
Term
December 21, 2021 (Tue) -May 22, 2022 (Sun)
Hours
9:30-17:30 (last admission 17:00)
Closed
Every Monday
Or the following day if it is a national holiday.
New year holiday.
Organizers
Sumida City, The Sumida Hokusai Museum
 

Exhibition Overview

We exhibit "Scenery of Both Banks of the Sumida River" with a total length of about 7 m, a real-sized high-quality replica for conservation reasons. And several Hokusai's books of drawing manuals such as "Sketches by Hokusai"  known in the world as ”Hokusai Manga”. Some of them are replicas, so please pick them up and enjoy flipping through them!
 

Visitor Guidelines

Health and Safety During Your Visit for Keeping us All Safe 
There is a <reading corner> where you can pick up a replica of the picture and read it. Disinfect your fingers with a disinfectant before and after viewing to prevent infection with the new coronavirus.
 
 

Admission Fees

      
    Adults
H.S / Univ. Students
65 and over
J.H.S Students
Disabled people
 E.S students 
 Individual 
700
600
600
200
200
Free
 
  • Not available for advance tickets and group discounts.
  • Junior high, high school, and university students (including technical college, vocational school, and special training college students) will be requested to show student ID.
  • Adults 65 and over will be requested to show a document verifying age.
  • Persons with a certificate such as the following plus one accompanying person are admitted at a discount charge: physical disability, intellectual disability, rehabilitation, mentally handicapped health and welfare, atomic bomb victim health notebook, etc. (Please show your certificate at time of admission.)
  • Use of these tickets is limited to the day on which the exhibition is visited and allows you to see AURORA (the Permanent Exhibition Room), too.
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Hokusai - Floral Glory

March 15, 2022(Tue.) - May 22, 2022(Sun.)
The flowers of the four seasons at their finest!
Term
March 15th (Tue) -May 22nd (Sun), 2022
First-term: March 15th to April 17th
Second-term: April 19th to May 22nd
Hours
9:30-17:30 (last admission 17:00)
Closed
Every Monday, Or the following day if it is a national holiday.
* Open: March 21st (Mon / holiday), Closed: March 22nd (Tue)
Organizers
Sumida City, The Sumida Hokusai Museum
 

Exhibition Overview 

The flowers of the four seasons at their finest! You will enjoy, through these depictions of flowers, experiencing this culture of floral delight of Hokusai in the Sumida Hokusai Museum. Flowers, beloved since the dawn of human history, have been the chosen subjects of countless paintings. This exhibition presents a superb selection of them, about a hundred works depicting flowers — cherry blossoms, of course, and many others — by Hokusai and his students. Flowers enjoyed in blossom-viewing parties, flowers that figured in familiar stories, flowers as designs applied to kimono or tools and equipment of many sorts: this exhibition introduces works with flowers that are a beloved part of every aspect of life. Through these depictions of flowers, you will enjoy, we hope, experiencing this culture of floral delight.
 

Exhibition Highlights

List of Works

Exhibition Composition 

 Section 1. Spring Is Sprung: Early Spring Flowers
 Section 2. Cherry Blossoms: Spring in Full Bloom
 Section 3. Colorful Flowers of the Seasons
 Section 4: Floral Designs Adorning Daily Life

Admission Fees

  • Not available for advance tickets and group discounts.
  • Junior high, high school, and university students (including technical college, vocational school, and special training college students) will be requested to show student ID.
  • Adults 65 and over will be requested to show a document verifying age.
  • Persons with a certificate such as the following plus one accompanying person are admitted at a discount charge: physical disability, intellectual disability, rehabilitation, mentally handicapped health and welfare, atomic bomb victim health notebook, etc. (Please show your certificate at time of admission.)
  • Use of these tickets is limited to the day on which the exhibition is visited and allows you to see AURORA (the Permanent Exhibition Room) and Exhibition Plus Room, too.

 Access

       Access Map, here
            5-minute walk from Toei Oedo Line Ryogoku Station A3 exit.
            9-minute walk from JR Sobu Line Ryogoku Station East exit.
            5-minute by Sumida Loop Bus from the JR Sobu Line Kinshicho Station North exit. Get off at the
            “The Sumida Hokusai Museum (Tsugaruke kamiyasiki ato) Stop”. 
            
           

The Sumida Hokusai Museum measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19

            Visitor Guidelines: Health and Safety During Your Visit for Keeping us All Safe 
     All visitors are required to...here.​
             Please check The Sumida Hokusai Museum's official website for details before visiting.