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About Opening Period & Admission Fees

Opening Period & Closed Days

Opening Period

September 20, 2024 (Fri) – November 30, 2024 (Sat)

Opening Hours

  • Please note that the opening and closing times differ depending on the day of visit.
  • Izumikeien closes earlier than the museum. Please be aware.
  • While the brochure PDF may indicate different times, the timings listed in the table below are the official hours.
【 Period A 】
September 20, 2024 (Fri) – October 20, 2024 (Sun)
November 25, 2024 (Mon) – November 30, 2024 (Sat)
Location Opening & Closing Hours
Izumikeien 9:30 – 15:30 (Last entry at 15:00)
Nakano Residence Memorial Hall 9:30 – 16:00 (Last entry at 15:35)

【 Period B 】October 21, 2024 (Mon) – November 24, 2024 (Sun)
Location Opening & Closing Hours
Izumikeien 9:00 – 16:30 (Last entry at 16:00)
Nakano Residence Memorial Hall 9:00 – 17:00 (Last entry at 16:35)
  • During Period B, Nakano Residence Memorial Hall's last entry is at 16:35, while Izumikeien's is at 16:00 with closing at 16:30. Even if you can't enter Izumikeien due to late arrival, the admission fee will be the regular fee.

Closed Days

Month Closed Days (2024)
September 25th (Wed)
October 2th (Wed), 9th (Wed), 16th (Wed), 23th (Wed), 30th (Wed)
November Open every day (No closed days)

Opening Calendar


Admission Fee Information

[Admission for both Nakano Residence Memorial Hall and Izumikeien]

  Individual Group (20 or more)
Adult (Including University & College) 1,000 yen 900 yen
High School Students and Below Free
Disabled 500 yen
  • A student ID is required for middle and high school students.
  • Accompanying persons for elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as preschoolers, are subject to the regular adult admission fee.

■Information for Disabled Visitors and Their Caretakers

Those with a Physical Disability Certificate, Rehabilitation Certificate, or Mental Disability Welfare Certificate are eligible for an admission fee of 500 yen.

Please show the certificate at the reception.

If you do not present the certificate, including cases where you have forgotten it, the regular fee will apply.

One caretaker accompanying one disabled person is also eligible for an admission fee of 500 yen.

For more than one accompanying person, except for one, the regular fee will apply.

Note: No double discounts with group rates.