Nurie Museum

Sightseeing information about Nurie Museum in Japan.

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The Nurie Museum is dedicated to "nurie", Japanese-style watercolor painting, coloring books, and the master of the art form, Kiichi Tsutaya.
The number of coloring picture collection in this museum is around 200 items, mainly from the period in which Kiichi was active, from 1945 to 1965.
At the entrance, the themes of the exhibitions are arranged monthly. Visitors can enjoy the coloring pictures exhibited in thematic groups.
In addition, there is a corner for directly experiencing coloring. You may become absorbed in the coloring books, and are invited to color them for hours if you would like to. And there is also a gift shop where you can purchase nurie items.

Address : 4-11-8, Machiya, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo
Hours : 12:00~18:00(March ~October)、11:00~17:00(November~February)
Opens : Saturdays, Sundays and holidays
Admission :
Adult: 500 yen (middle school and up)
Child: 100 yen (elementary school; younger children are free)
Access :
Tokyo Metro: 15 minute walk from Machiya Station on the Chiyoda Line (Exit 1), or Machiya Station on the Keisei Line
Toden Arakawa Line: 7 minute walk from the Machiya 2-chome or Higashiogu 3-chome Stations

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