Sekido Museum of Art
Adachi-ku: Art museum
 
Sekido Museum of Art: Adachi-ku
Adachi-ku / Art museum
Open 10am-5pm (last entry 4:30pm). Closed Mondays.
Admission Y500
Average visit time: 5-10 minutes

The permanent collection of this local art museum includes ceramics and lacquerware, tea ceremony utensils, Buddha sculptures, bronzeware and jade pieces, although the small size of the galleries means that only a small fraction of the works will be on display at any given time, depending on the theme of the current exhibition. If you have a Grutto Pass covering free admission it might be worth dropping by if you happen to be in the neighborhood.

Adachi-ku, Senju Hashidocho 23.
3 minutes from Senju Ohashi Station (Keisei line)
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