The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum has successfully concluded its 2011-12 Winter Workshop Program. The first workshop, in which participants learned to create personalized greeting cards, was held on December 17-18, 2011, while the second workshop, which provided instruction on creating Japanese origami toys, was held on January 7-8, 2012.January 8, 2012
The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum has concluded its New Year's gift campaign in which visitors may purchase traditional Japanese grab bags in celebration of the New Year. We thank you for your support in purchasing all of our mystery packages containing goods that are worth more than the purchase price and and look forward to your continued patronage in 2012.January 2, 2012
Advance tickets for “The Palace of Heaven on Earth: Works from the Palace Museum in Beijing” exhibition organized by the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum will be sold through LawsonTicket.com (L Code 37175) and Ticket Pia (P Code 764-944) services from January 1. 2012. The exhibition is slated to run from March 29 to May 8.January 1, 2012
The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum will be closed for the year-end and New Year holidays from Sunday, December 25, 2011, and open for one day on Monday, January 2, followed by an observed holiday on January 3. Regular visiting hours will commence from January 4.
We thank you for your patronage in 2011 and offer our heartfelt prayers that your holiday season be a truly safe and happy one.
The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum has launched a mini-site dedicated to “The Palace of Heaven on Earth: Works from the Palace Museum in Beijing”, an exhibition centering on the lives of women over five centuries during the imperial period of China. The exhibition is slated to open at TFAM in Hachioji from March 29, 2012 and run until May 8, 2012.November 25, 2011
The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum will be closed from 1300 hours on September 21 due to the approaching typhoon. We apologize for any inconvenience we may cause and look forward to your next visit.September 21, 2011
The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum successfully concluded its 2011 Children’s Summer Workshop Program on August 27. The workshops, which feature infotainment events for both children and their adult chaperones, were held on July 23, August 20 and August 27.
TFAM will also be holding its 2011-12 Winter Workshop Program later this year. Details on the winter program will be available on our website in November.
The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum will be accepting applications for those interested in participating in its 2011 Children’s Summer Workshop Program that will be held on three separate Saturdays starting from July 23. This program is designed primarily for elementary school and junior high school students.
On June 1, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland presented Tokyo Fuji Art Museum founder Daisaku Ikeda with its “Gloria Artis,” Gold Medal for Cultural Merit, in recognition of his longstanding contributions to art and cultural exchange between Poland and Japan. The presentation ceremony took place at the Polish Embassy in Tokyo, with Minister Bogdan Zdrojewski presenting the award to TFAM Board of Trustees Chair Kenji Harashima, who accepted the honor on Mr. Ikeda’s behalf.
TFAM organized a Japan tour of the “Treasures of Poland: Rembrandt and the Precious Royal Collection” exhibition in cooperation with the Historic Centre of Warsaw and Wawel Royal Castle. The exhibition, which was eventually viewed by some 600,000 people, began with a one month showing at TFAM in August 2010, concluding its tour in 2011 after traveling to such cities as Kitakyushu and Osaka.
■Operating Hours :
(Reception closes at 16:30)
Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Hachioji City, Tokyo 192-0016