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.
Tel 042-691-6301
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)
●Public bus
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)