Chichu Art Museum
The cafe overlooks the picturesque scenery of the Inland Sea, and the open patio affords a taste of the great outdoors. Relaxing in the cafe is a perfect way to end your museum visit.
|Hours||10:30 a.m.-5:45 p.m. (Last order: 5:30 p.m.)
March 1-September 30
10:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m. (Last order: 4:30 p.m.)
October 1-end of February
|Closed||The cafe is closed when the museum is closed.|
Beverages: From ¥500
|Tel||+81-(0)87-892-2558 (direct line)|
The museum shop attached to the Chichu Art Museum. The Chichu store sells merchandise that bring visitors closer to the museum, including books published by the museum itself, photography collections, and original goods.
- Product Inquiries
- Sales at the Information Center
The information center sells beverages and some Chichu Store merchandise.
Additionally, during busy periods (Golden Week and in summer months), light meals are available for your convenience while waiting.
Note: Sales at the information center stop from December to February.
Chichu Garden consists of nearly 200 kinds of flowers and trees similar to those planted at Giverny by Claude Monet, whose work is in the museum collection. Here, visitors can enjoy signs of the seasons throughout the year in flora ranging from the water lilies that Monet painted in his later years to willows, irises, and other plants. The garden affords a tangible experience of the nature Monet sought to capture in his paintings.