Murauchi Art Museum(Japanese website only)
This museum was modeled after a small, cozy museum in Paris which Michimasa Murauchi once visited, called the Gustave Moreau Museum. It opened in 1982 with the concept of a small museum with a generous range of artwork to bring visitors back again and again.
The exhibit room has a permanent display of approximately 140 works mainly of the Barbizon School along with works of impressionists and artists of the same period.
|Address||：||3F Murauchi Furniture Access, 787 Sanyumachi, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo.|
|Parking||：||free of charge|
|Hours||：||10:30 am to 6:00 pm
(admission by 5:30 pm)
|Admission||：||Adults － 600 yen,
High school and college students － 400 yen,
Elementary and junior high school students － 300 yen
|By car||：||Just off the Hachioji I.C. (Hachioji City Exit) from Chuo Expressway on Route 16|
|By bus||：||Get off at JR Hachioji Station and proceed to the north exit.
●Free shuttle bus
Leaves from the front of the Hachioji Station post office (1F Tokyu Square) every 40 minutes from 9:40 am on weekdays, every 30 minutes from 9:30 am on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays
The bus is a purple and white mini-bus. (approx. 15 min. ride to destination)
From the bus terminal at the north exit of Hachioji Station,
#11 bus bound for Mitsuwadai→ Get off at Babayato (approx. 5 min. walk)
Bus bound for Tobuki (via Sanyu)→ Near Murauchi Furniture Access-mae
#12 bus bound for Kyorin University, Soka University, Tobuki and Tokyo Fuji Art Museum→Get off at Babayato (approx. 5 min. walk)