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The Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Museum is the first museum in Japan to take as its permanent collection metalwork, cloisonne, makie lacquerware and Kyoto Satsuma Ware artworks of the late Edo and Meiji period.


■Facility Guide
Permanent Collection / 1st Floor
Treasures of the late Edo and Meiji periods-metalwork, cloisonne, makie lacquerware and Kyoto Satsuma ware
※In order to rotate every piece of artwork into the display throughout the year, our permanent collection exhibition changes periodically throughout the year.

Special Exhibition / 2nd Floor
This exhibition is based on a theme chosen for a three month term.

Art Shop "yuki" -The Museum Shop
On sale are small items such as metalwork and cloisonne ware on display in the museum, as well as other arts and crafts from countries along the Silk Road, especially in Central Asia, where its technical roots lay.

■Visiting the museum
●Operating Hours

10:00am-5:00pm (entrance allowed until 4:30pm)

●Museum Closed
Mondays and Tuesdays (Open Sundays and holidays, occasional temporary closures), during exhibithion preparation periods
●Entrance Fee
Adults 800yen Groups (20 persons or more)20% Discount
Students (with ID) 500yen
Children (ages 6 to12) 300yen
Infants (5 & under) Free Free
※Those holding a handicap ID and a companion get a 50% discount
●Address
337-1 kiyomizu-sanchome sanneizaka kita-iru kiyomizudera-monzen
higashiyama-ku kyoto, 605-0862
Ph:075-532-4270 Fax:075-532-4271

■Map
Get off the city bus at Kiyomizumichi and walk east 7minutes on Yasakadori or Kiyomizuzaka
 
*From Kyoto Station, take the Number 206 or 100 buses.
*By Car / We do not have a parking lot, but there are nearby pay parking lots.
Also, please take notice that on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, Sannenzaka Road is closed to all vehicles between 10am and 5pm.

清水三年坂美術館 337-1 kiyomizu-sanchome sanneizaka kita-iru kiyomizudera-monzen higashiyama-ku kyoto, 605-0862
Ph:075-532-4270 Fax:075-532-4271 E-mail:info@sannenzaka-museum.co.jp
Copyright (C) 2007 by kiyomizu sannenzaka museum.All rights reserved.Unauthorized use or reproduction of screen images and texts prohibited. photo:K.yoichi