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Hours and Admission
Main building of Shibusawa Memorial Museum Museum Hours  10:00-17:00 (No entry after 16:30)
*Entry to the Old Shibusawa Garden is free of charge.
 Old Shibusawa Garden opening time
 Mar.- Nov. 9:00-16:30
 Dec.- Feb. 9:00-16:00


Admission Fees
  Individuals Group of 20 or more Three Museum Ticket
Adults 300yen 240yen 720yen
Students* 100yen 80yen 240yen

The Three Museum Ticket is good for admission to the nearby Kita City Asukayama Museum and the Paper Museum as well as the Shibusawa Memorial Museum with a discount of 20%. There is no group discount for the Three Museum Ticket.
* Students: Elementary, junior high school, and high school.

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Accessibility
  • Limited parking is available. Please contact the museum ahead of time for arrangements.
  • A wheelchair is available from the information desk on a first come, first served basis.
  • The museum is equipped with an elevator.
  • A wheelchair-accessible restroom is located on the first floor.
  • Some information is provided in Braille.

Contact Us
Shibusawa Memorial Museum Address:16-1 Nishigahara 2-chome, Kita-ku, Tokyo 114-0024 Telephone:03-3910-0005 Fax:03-3910-0085(Curatorial inquiries)/03-5567-7289(All other inquiries)

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Public Transportation
 
Since parking facilities are not available please use public transportation. Depending on the station, it is a five to ten minute walk to the museum.
Ōji station south exit, JR Keihin Tohoku Line
Nishigahara station or Ōji station, Namboku Subway Line
Asukayama stop, Toei Streetcar Arakawa Line
Asukayama stop, Toei Bus
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