The Museum Matsushima
The Museum Matsushima
The Museum Matsushima
The Museum Matsushima

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where you can enjoy 3 collections at once

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6 years have passed since the old Matsushima Orgel Museum was forced to close.
The Orgel Colleciton,
The Kitahara Toy Collection,
And the Segawa Mode Collection.
These 3 collections can now be enjoyed in one place; reborn as
The Museum Matsushima.

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Orgel
Collection

An exhibition of extremely precious pieces received from the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.Enjoy the world’s largest concert organ as well as the live playing of a dance organ custom made for royalty.

Orgel Collection
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Kitahara Toy
Collection

In an effort to support the revitalization of the area, Teruhisa Kitahara provided us with a number of valuable toys which we proudly display. Visitors may be familiar with Teruhisa Kitahara from his television appearances.

Kitahara toy Collection
Kitahara toy Collection
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Segawa Mode
Collection

This collection displays items from a mode known as the golden age of Paris’ haute couture (1870 - 1960) admired the world over. Enjoy taking a look at these magnificent garments painstakingly handcrafted stitch by stitch using preeminent techniques and sophisticated designs from world-famous designers.

Segawa mode Collection
Segawa mode Collection
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Orgel
Collection

Orgel Collection

An exhibition of extremely precious pieces received from
the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
Enjoy the world’s largest concert organ as well as
the live playing of a dance organ custom made for royalty.

About the old Matsushima Orgel Museum

The “Matsushima Orgel Museum” was established on October 31st, 1992 as a facility with the purpose of preserving orgels from around the world here among the picturesque scenic beauty of Matsushima. The orgels here were all received from the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium located in the city of Bruges, known for its scenic waterways. The collection featured the world’s largest concert organ ( 9m wide X 7m tall), an orchestra box produced in Switzerland more than a century ago, as well as organs specially produced for nobility, among other priceless pieces which were both historically and artistically significant. We took pride in having the largest collection of this kind in Japan, with hundreds of valuable pieces assembled over many years from countries all around the world. Unfortunately, due to extensive damage caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake, which occurred on March 11th, 2011, the Matsushima Orgel Museum was forced to close.

Kitahara Toy
Collection

Kitahara toy Collection

In an effort to support the revitalization of the area,
Teruhisa Kitahara provided us with a number of valuable toys which we proudly display.
Visitors may be familiar with
Teruhisa Kitahara from his television appearances.
On display are a wealth of pieces, such as motion displays, tin toys, celluloid toys, and posters, which show off the handiwork of their creators.

Profile: Teruhisa Kitahara

Born in Tokyo in 1948, Teruhisa Kitahara is known the world over for being the foremost collector of tin toys. In April 1986 he opened the Museum of Tin Toys in the Yamate area of Yokohama. He provided pieces for the “Tin Toy Stories Made in Japan” exhibit held at Disney World in Florida. The exhibit was on display for 6 years, beginning in November of 2011. He currently appears as an appraiser on TV Tokyo’s “Kaiun! Nandemo Kanteidan” as well as on various radio programs, commercials, and in local events. In addition, he is an author with a number of published works.
Director of Toys Club, Inc.
Museum Director of museums in Yokohama, Hakone, and Lake Kawaguchi.

Segawa Mode
Collection

Segawa mode Collection

This collection displays items from a mode known as the golden age of Paris’ haute couture (1870 - 1960) admired the world over. Enjoy taking a look at these magnificent garments painstakingly handcrafted stitch by stitch using preeminent techniques and sophisticated designs from world-famous designers.

コレクションについて

1858年、デザイナー第1号と言われているシャルル・フレデリック・ウォルトがパリにメゾンを開いたのをきっかけに、その後、様々なデザイナーたちが競い合って活躍し、パリ・モードを不動のものとしました。
当館では、19世紀の宮廷衣装からランバン、ディオール、シャネル等、現在に至るトップデザイナーたちの初期の貴重な作品をご覧いただけます。

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MUSEUM CAFE

Business hours / 10:00〜17:00

Our curry and pasta are made from specially selected ingredients.
We provide everything from a light snack consisting of our homemade sweets
paired with coffee rich in firewood roasted flavor to full set meals for lunch time visitors.
Please stop in for a short rest while seeing the sights of Matsushima.

MUSEUM SHOP

Business hours / 9:00〜17:00

We offer a large selection of products which includes orgel goods, Kitahara Toy Collection tin toys,
Studio Ghibli character goods, and samurai-craft leather goods, in addition to Miyagi specialty goods,
such as beef tongue and sasakama fish cake.
Please feel free to stop by just to see the products available in the museum shop.

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TEL 022-355-0656
FAX 022-355-8203

〒981-0213 Miyagi Prefecture, Matsushima, Fugendo 33-3
OPEN 9:00〜CLOSE 17:00
(Open year round)

※Entrance accepted until 30 min. before close

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Admission Prices

Admission Prices

 

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

Adults

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

¥1,500

¥1,200

HS students

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

¥1,000

¥800

Elementary / JHS students

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

¥800

¥600

Preschoolers

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

Free

 

Seniors (65 and older)

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

¥1,200

¥1,000

The prices listed above include tax.

For visitors with applicable booklets

 

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

Adults

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

¥1,200

¥1,000

HS students

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

¥800

¥600

Elementary / JHS students

Individual

Group (of 15 or more)

¥600

¥400

Admission cost of ¥1200 for 2 elderly care patients for every booklet holder.
Please ask directly at the museum about discounts for disaster victims.
The prices listed above include tax.