Musashino City Kichijoji Art Museum opened in February 2002 in Kichijoji, a neighborhood bustling with many people, as a place that brings together daily life with culture and arts. The museum has a collection of approximately 2,500 items, including Japanese paintings by Kyuho Noda, oil paintings, woodblock prints, and photos. The exhibit room displays the collection of these works and holds various exhibitions introducing a variety of genres. It can also be used as a civilian gallery to showcase works created by residents. The Yozo Hamaguchi Exhibit Room and Hideo Hagiwara Exhibit Room have a permanent display of woodblock prints by the artists and relevant materials. The museum also puts effort into educational activities through lectures and workshops. Though the facility is not large, it aims to implement museum activities based on the motto, “observe, create, and cultivate.”
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