東京都渋谷区松濤の住宅街にある白井晟一設計の美術館。

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開館時間

企画展  午前10時~午後6時
※企画展期間中の毎週金曜日は午後7時まで
※ただし、入館は閉館の30分前まで

公募展/小中学生絵画展  午前9時~午後5時
※ただし、入館は閉館の30分前まで
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休館日

展覧会毎に異なります。年末年始(12月29日~1月3日)
※展覧会の準備中はおよそ2週間程度閉館します。詳しくは開館日カレンダーをご覧下さい
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入館料

展覧会によって、異なります。
毎週金曜日は渋谷区民は無料(在住を証明できる書類をお持ちください。
毎週土・日曜日、祝・休日、夏休み期間は小中学生は無料
障がい者および付添い1名までは無料
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アクセス

アクセスマップ
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交通手段

山手線 渋谷駅下車徒歩15分
東急東横線 渋谷駅下車徒歩15分
地下鉄銀座線 渋谷駅下車徒歩15分
地下鉄半蔵門線 渋谷駅下車徒歩15分
地下鉄副都心線 渋谷駅下車徒歩15分
京王井の頭線 神泉駅下車徒歩5分
ハチ公バス 松濤美術館入口徒歩2分(渋谷駅~幡ヶ谷、丘を越えてルート/上原・富ヶ谷ルート)
東急バス 東大前下車(渋谷駅~幡ヶ谷折返し所)徒歩2分
東急バス 東急百貨店本店前下車(初台駅~渋谷駅)徒歩5分
東急バス 東急百貨店本店前下車(阿佐ヶ谷駅~渋谷駅)徒歩5分
※ 駐車場は、当館および付近にもございません。
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住所

〒150-0046 東京都渋谷区松濤2-14-14
TEL. 03-3465-9421 FAX 03-3460-6366
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General Information

Address
2-14-14 Shoto, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0046, Japan
TEL  +81(3)3465-9421
FAX +81(3)3460-6366

Access
JR and Tokyo Metro Subway Line 15-minute walk from Shibuya Station
Keio Inokashira Line 5-minute walk from Shinsen Station

Hours
Special Exhibitions:10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; 7 p.m. on Fridays
Public Entry and Schoolchildren Exhibitions; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Admission until 30 minutes before closing time) Admission fees
Admission fees vary according to each exhibition. ※Shibuya City People are admitted free of charge every Friday.
※Elementary and Junior high school students admitted free of charge every Weekend, High days and Public holidays and summer holidays.

Closed
Vary according to each exhibition
Days immediately following national holidays (except Saturdays and Sundays)
Year-end and New Year’s holidays (December 29 to January 3)
During change of exhibitions as follows
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Current Exhibition

SUSANOO: Life-force, Wrathful Power, Answering People's Prayers
 -Beliefs and Arts from the Realm Between Humans and Nature-
Dates: Saturday 8 August 2015 – Monday (holiday) 21 Sepember 2015
Susanoo is one of the gods of Japanese mythology. He is known as a savage god who destabilizes the world and damages nature, but also the god who originated waka poetry, and has sublime aesthetic sensitivities. This exhibition will portray the dual-nature of Susanoo through traditional Japanese fine art works and historical materials. By presenting Susanoo inspired works by contemporary artists, we will look at his influence on them.

Admission fee  
General Admission: \500 (\400)  
College Students: \400 (\320)  
High School Students and Persons over Sixty: \250 (\200)  
Elementary School Students: \100 (\80)  

Closed  
August 10, 17, 24, 31, September 7, 14 and from September 22 to October 5

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Ancient Egyptian Art & Magic
 –Treasures from the Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Geneva, Switerland (tentative title)
Dates: Tuesday 6 October 2015 – Monday (holiday) 23 November 2015
This exhibition explores the glory of the Egyptian dynasty from the Prehistoric to the Ptolemaic period displaying about 150 pieces of ancient Egyptian arts, sculpture, stelai with hieroglyphs, reliefs, amulets, and jewelry. These are from the Fondation Gandur pour l’Art collection in Switerland, and are brought for the first time to Japan.

Ishiguro Munemaro (tentative title)
Dates: Tuesday 8 December 2015 – Sunday 31 January 2016
Ishiguro Munemaro is the first person to be made a living national treasure in the ceramic art field. He did not have a particular master. Instead, he studied the old works made in China, Japan, Korea and Persia by himself, and created his original ceramic world. This exhibition will review his modernity by presenting about 120 of his china and porcelain works made with various techniques, as well as showing about 20 of his calligraphic and paintings works.

2016 Shoto Museum of Art Public Exhibition
Dates: Sunday 14 February 2016 – Sunday 28 February
This annual public exhibition will exhibit about 90 selected works made by those who live, or study, or work in Shibuya ward.

The 34th Art Exhibition for Shibuya Elementary and Junior High School Students
Dates: Saturday 5 March – Monday (holiday) 21 March 2016
This exhibition will present about 200 works of art in watercolor, crayon, or block prints created by elementary and junior high school students in Shibuya ward.

During the period of Public Exhibition and Exhibition for Elementary and Junior High School Students, a small special exhibition will be held at the same time on the 2nd floor salon.
Admission is free for both exhibitions.
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Past Exhibition

Dogs, dogs, DOGS
Dates: Tuesday 7 April 2015 - Sunday 24 May 2015
Shibuya is known for the faithful dog called, “Hachi”. Most people would agree that dogs are man’s best friend and have been loved by men since ancient times. In this exhibition, we will look back on dogs and the human behaviors through works of art: clay figures (haniwa) in the Kofun period, adorable dogs painted by Maruyama Okyo, Tawaraya Sotatsu, Takeuchi Seiho, and sculptures to the contemporary time.

Admission fee
General Admission: \1,000 (\800)
College Students: \800 (\640)
High School Students and Persons over Sixty: \500 (\400)
Elementary School Students: \100 (\80)  

Closed
April 13, 20, 27, May 7, 11, 18 and from May 25 to June 8
Ladies in Chinese Court, Sweet Memories in Beautiful Rooms: Masterpieces of the Beijing Art Museum
Dates: Tuesday 9 June 2015 – Sunday 26 July 2015
The Beijing Art Museum has approximately eighty thousand works of art focusing on Ming and Qing era textiles, metal works and ceramics. This exhibit will reveal the lives of women in the Ming and Qing eras, and displays approximately 120 pieces from the Beijing Art Museum collection, including ornaments, calligraphic works and paintings of Empress Dowager Cixi.  

Admission fee  
General Admission: \500 (\400)  
College Students: \400 (\320)  
High School Students and Persons over Sixty: \250 (\200)  
Elementary School Students: \100 (\80)  

Closed  
June 15, 22, 29, July 6, 13, 21 and from July 27 to August 7
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