Sekido Museum of Art Tokyo, Japan

Sekido Museum of Art was founded in April 2006 by the Satoh Artcraft Research & Scholarship Foundation to promote international cultural exchange and mutual understanding through artcraft and to enhance Japanese culture.

The museum’s collection is built upon a group of works collected by Senju Satoh, and the museum is named after Satoh’s pseudonym, “Sekido.”

Sekido Museum of Art is housed in one of the buildings of the Senju Metal Industry Co., Ltd. headquarters (a company specializing in solder manufacturing). It is a uniquely designed, brick-tile hexagonal building with copper sheet roofing. The interior design is chic with gray as the predominant color, which makes it easy to view the decorative arts in the museum. Another distinctive feature of this museum is that the exhibition spaces on the first and second floor are connected with a slope.

The collection mainly consists of sculpture, ceramics, metalwork, and lacquerware. Exhibitions are held about three times a year, primarily featuring works from the collection.

Visitor Information
23 Senjuhashido-cho Adachi-ku Tokyo, 120-0038 JAPAN
3 minutes on foot from Senju-Ohashi Station on the Keisei Line
To get to Senju-Ohashi Station, you can take the community bus
  Harukaze No. 5
(servicing a circuit in the area west of Kitasenju Station), which leaves from the West Exit of Kitasenju Station on the JR Line, Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, and Hibiya Line. It takes 7 minutes to Senju-Ohashi Station, and 3 minutes on foot to the museum.

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (last entry at 4:30 p.m.)
(or on the following day if a national holiday or a substitute holiday falls on a Monday), summer holidays, year-end and New Year holidays, between exhibitions, etc.
Adults 500 yen Students 300 yen

*  Free for children in the 6th grade or younger (must be accompanied by an adult), seniors age 65 or older, and visitors with a disability certificate.
*  All visitors except for adults must present proof of their status at reception.