Mori Ogai Memorial Museum
Sendagi: Museum
Mori Ogai Memorial Museum: Sendagi
Sendagi / Museum
Open 10am-6pm (enter by 5:30pm). Closed 4th Tuesday of the month.
Admission to the permanent collection is Y300. Admission for special exhibitions varies depending on the exhibition.

This small literary museum is devoted to Meiji-era novelist, translator and critic Ogai Mori (1862-1922). The site includes two exhibition rooms, a library, a lecture room and a cafe. In addition to special exhibitions, the museum offers film showings and classes in calligraphy and ikebana (all in Japanese).

Bunkyo-ku, Sendagi 1-23-4.
5 minutes from Sendagi Station (Chiyoda line); 10 minutes from Hon-Magome Station (Namboku line)
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