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The Shibusawa Memorial Museum collects and displays documents and artifacts from the life of Shibusawa Eiichi, a leader in business and finance who fostered the growth and development of the modern Japanese economy. Throughout his life he advocated for the harmony of morality and economy; playing an important role not only in the business world but in the fields of social welfare, education and private-sector diplomacy as well.

Adjoining the main museum building is the tranquil Old Shibusawa Garden. The garden and two structures of the original Shibusawa estate, the Bankoro Cottage and the Seien Bunko Library, date from the Taisho era (1912-26) and both buildings have been designated as Important Cultural Properties by the Japanese government.

The Seien Bunko and Bankoro will be open to the public on Saturdays from 12:30 to 3:45pm.
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Special Exhibition: “Shibusawa Eiichi Goes to the Paris Universal Exposition”(Part 2)
Sep.9 - Dec.10, 2017
Venue: Special Exhibition Hall, Shibusawa Memorial Museum
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Special Exhibition: “Shibusawa Eiichi Goes to the Paris Universal Exposition”(Part 1)
Mar.18 - Jun.25, 2017
Venue: Special Exhibition Hall, Shibusawa Memorial Museum
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Special Exhibition: “Shibusawa Eiichi and Shimizu Corporation”
Mar.12 - May.15, 2016
Venue: Special Exhibition Hall, Entrance Hall, and Seien Bunko,Shibusawa Memorial Museum
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