See / Do - Japan Folk Crafts Museum (Mingeikan)
Japan Folk Crafts Museum (Mingeikan)
Dive into traditional folk art while exploring the Japan Folk Crafts Museum
Opening Hours 10am-5pmTuesday-Sunday; closed on Monday
Founded in 1936, the Japan Folk Crafts Museum promotes Mingei philosophy and handicrafts beauty to tourists across the globe. The Main Hall itself is a Registered Tangible Cultural Property of Japan while the interior is impressive in very much the same way. A special exhibition of Craft Works of the Joseon Dynasty is currently being held until 12 June. Unable to make it this time? Don’t worry – more amazing exhibitions are coming!
Transport Komaba Todai-mae Station via Keio Inokashira Line, west gate
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