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Hakutsuru Fine Art Museum

Fine Art Museum Foundation
Hakutsuru Fine Art Museum

The Hakutsuru Fine Art Museum Foundation was established in 1931 by the 7th successor Jihei Kanou of the founder and was completed and opened in 1934. It can be said to be the pioneer of private museums.

Main Building Main Building
The main building is proud of its rich art collection which focuses on old art pieces (about 1,300) from China. Among them, its bronze wares are widely known both inside and outside the country as a collection of beautiful and excellent pieces.

To commemorate the 60th year anniversary of the opening of the Hakutsuru Fine Art Museum, the annex was opened in 1995. The focus of its display has been Persian carpets, i.e., it is a carpet museum. it has been evaluated highly as Japan's first carpet exhibition facility.


  • Get off at "Hakutsuru Fine Art Museum" bus stop from Bus No.38 departing from Hanshin Mikage station or JR Sumiyoshi station. Walk for about 15 minutes (approximately one kilometer) north-east from Hankyu Mikage station.
  • Free parking (large bus parking available)
6-1-1, Sumiyoshiyama Higashinada-ku, Kobe 658-0063
Telephone : 078-851-6001


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