About The Museum and Sano Ryûichi

The Sano Art Museum was founded by SANO Ryûichi(1889-1977), with his collections in 1966. He was born in Mishima and finished Nirayama High School and Kuramae High School(the present Tokyo Institute of Technology).

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Information

  • Open Hours: 10:00 am-5:00 pm (last entry at 4:30 pm)
  • Holidays: Thursday (open if it is a public holiday), year-end and New Year's, and while changing exhibitions
  • Address: 1-43 Nakatamachi, Mishima, Shizuoka, 411-0838, JAPAN
  • Tel: +81-55-975-7278

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Exhibitions schedule

  • Space Odyssey of 13.8 billion light-years - Frontiers of Astronomical Observation with amazing beauty
  • Genius artist, Hirezaki Eiho’s paintings of beautiful women, Meiji and Taisho periods woodblock prints from the Asahi collection
  • Japanese swords collection: the beginning of the Sano Art Museum
  • Osamu Harada: Finding "KAWAII"
  • CHIYOGAMI Design of beauties of nature - Shugyoku-bunko collection of HAIBARA, long-established store dealing with Japanese traditional paper in Nihonbashi

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Collection Highlight

  • Japanese Sword: National Treasure Naginata by Osafune Nagamitsu
  • Sculpture: Important Cultural Property Seated Dainichi Nyorai
  • Noh mask: Ko-Omote by Kawachi Daijô Ieshige
  • Painting: Important Art Object Drying fish nets Attributed to Kaihô Yûshô

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