Our iPod Museum Guide is a convenient information service that can cater to a broad audience, from those visiting an art museum for the first time to visitors who look to learn about an artwork or exhibited piece in as much detail as possible. [Note: Narration available in Japanese only]
・Click here for a sample recording in Japanese.
Visitors are welcome to use our ART NAVI system, a touch-panel based PC search system to study and examine works from our TFAM collection. The system is simple to operate and encourages users to browse through our database, facilitating exploratory learning.
A game-based self-tutoring guide of our Museum’s collected works, Art Card is as entertaining as it is informative for users of all ages, from young children to adults.
・Art Card Binder（PDF: 0.3MB）
・Art Card１（PDF: 0.5MB）
・Art Card２（PDF: 0.5MB）
・Art Card３（PDF: 0.5MB）
・Art Card４（PDF: 0.5MB）
These guidebooks are available in hardcopy format at our exhibition halls or can be downloaded electronically.
This program is open to schools that aim to provide a special class or activity in art education for their students, and includes the dispatch of a TFAM curator to the requesting school to assist in the class or activity.
Visitors who would like to view an exhibition as a group can do so by contacting our Museum in advance. Group tours are also available for school field trips.
A TFAM curator will be provided on request to accompany visitors who wish to view our collected works when on display or when viewing our permanent exhibition. (Reservations required)
We provide special tours for teachers that address a broad range of needs, from class planning and consultations for textbook development, to advance tours to plan onsite classes or field trips. If requested, a TFAM curator will also provide docent services for an artwork, including pieces that are being displayed in a current exhibition, selected for study during an onsite class. Tours for teachers are available either on an individual or group basis. (Reservations required)
Our Museum is also available for a diverse array of outreach activities, including arts and crafts workshops and art appreciation initiatives. Notices of such activities will be posted on our TFAM website.
■Operating Hours :
(Reception closes at 16:30)
Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Hachioji City, Tokyo 192-0016