The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum strives to collect, organize, and research a variety of publications and actual materials related to the works in its collection. Of particular importance is the organization and research of art-related archival materials that have been authored or researched by experts. This is considered one of the critical research activities directly related to maintaining the integrity of the research infrastructure.
The museum consistently publishes its extensive research journal called MUSE, which features essays on cultural exchange covering contributions related to exchanges with various museums worldwide, essays on works in the collection, commentaries on masterpieces by researchers, essays by curators, records of the museum’s activities, and more.
The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum is gathering and organizing various materials related to the artwork in its collection as part of its efforts to establish an art history research center. In addition to enriching these materials, the museum is also providing training for curators and researchers. The goal is to establish an art research institute in the future, allowing for further depth and development of research activities.
The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum has implemented a special viewing program to support researchers and graduate students in their research endeavors. Additionally, efforts are being made to promote further studies on the works housed within the museum’s collection.