“Dolls of the Sugimoto Family – Hinamatsuri, the Doll Festival in 2024” Opening to the Public Days

<10:00 – 17:00, Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from March 1 to March 10>

In the “Dolls of the Sugimoto Family,” dolls that have been handed down in the Sugimoto family since the Edo and Meiji periods, as well as dolls from the foundation’s collection, will be exhibited.

In the teahouse, you can enjoy the Sugimoto family’s special amazake made from the sake “Eikun” and Kameya Yoshinaga’s special confectionery “sakekasu monaka (sake lees monaka: monaka is a type of Japanese confectionery made by wrapping sweet bean paste in a skin made from rice cake).”

*The tea house usage fee is not included in the admission fee.

*Please note that certain parts of the building cannot be viewed due to repair work on the main roof.

Open DaysEvery Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from Friday, March 1 to Sunday, March 10
Open Time10:00 – 17:00 (Entrance desk closes at 16:15)
Admission Fee1,500 yen (High school students and younger 800 yen)
ContactPhone: 075-344-5724 
*For inquiries in English, please use the contact form on our website.
(Please note that it may take some time for us to reply.)

*Upon entering the residence, visitors are required to wear socks to protect the important cultural properties (Stockings for women are not acceptable).

*Though photography is allowed using smartphones, we kindly ask visitors to understand that taking photos of exhibits and commercial use of photographs is not permitted.

*Please note that there is no guidance in English, and the following YouTube video may be helpful for your understanding of the Sugimoto Residence.