35 Nakamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
A 3-minute walk from the A2 exit of Ushigome Kagurazaka Station on the Toei O-Edo line
A 10-minute walk from the B3 exit of Iidabashi Station on the JR line and the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho and Nanboku lines
A 10-minute walk from the Kagurazaka District exit of Kagurazaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai line
【Miyagi Michio Memorial Hall】
The Miyagi Michio Memorial Hall, which opened on Dec. 6, 1978, was created to honor Miyagi’s great accomplishments as well as to contribute to the future development of Japanese music. It was built on the site where Miyagi lived in his later years and is the first Memorial Hall in Japan to honor a musician. Visitors can enjoy the world of Miyagi Michio through CDs, DVDs, and exhibits.
Hours 10a.m. to 4:30p.m.
Closures Closed Sundays,Mondays,Tuesdays, and Holidays
Spring Vacation March 25-27
Summer Vacation August 1-10
Year End Vacation December 25-January 5
The Museum may also be closed at other times.
Admission fee Adults 400 yen (300 yen)
Students 300 yen ( 200 yen )
Elementary Scool Students 200 yen (100 yen )
※ group = 20 people or more
※ Library is admission free.
Call us for inquiry about opening days and hours.
A lobby with bright sunlight coming through the vaulted ceiling, where exhibited Koto that used by a close friend and writer Hyakken Uchida.
An exhibition room where stored instruments that Miyagi Michio improved such as his favorite Koto “Etenraku” , Hachi Jyu Gen(eighty strings) and others.
An exhibition room where you could enjoy listening to Michio Miyagi's music and watch videos.
A library constructed in 1948 used by Michio Miyagi when he compose music and write essays.
A library stored Michio Miyagi 's materials, books and materials of Japanese music including Sankyoku, music scores, records, CDs, tapes.
A lecture hall with the capacity of 100 people, used for lectures and others.
A large Japanese style hall with a stage, used for playing practice and concerts of Japanese music instruments.
Kouen to Ensou no Kai
We have mini concert called “Kouen to Ensou no Kai” in Spring and Fall every year.
Kagurazaka Machitobi Festa
Shonan Teien Festival