Kumagai Tsuneko Memorial Hall
The former residence of Tsuneko Kumagai (1893-1986), a contemporary female kana calligrapher who is known for giving a lecture to Empress Michiko. The site has been renovated and showcases several of Kumagai’s works.
There are seasonal exhibitions throughout the year. In addition to about 170 works, the house also holds publications on such topics as calligraphy and other arts.
|Admission||Adult (older than 16, younger than 65) ¥100/ Child (older than 6, younger than 16) ¥50|
|Opening Hours||Open 9:00–16:30 (last entry: 16:00)|
|Closed||Monday (open when Monday is a holiday), New Year holidays, Special holidays|
A 10-minute walk from Nishi-Magome Station on the Toei Asakusa Line