The Miyagi Michio Memorial Hall in Nakamachi, Shinjuku was built to commemorate the achievements of composer Michio Miyagi, who gained international acclaim for works such as Spring Sea.
It was built on the site where Miyagi Michio lived until his later years.
The museum has an audiovisual room where visitors can enjoy Michio Miyagi’s works and videos, and exhibits Michio Miyagi’s original musical instruments and other items.
Miyagi Michio Memorial Hall Information
|Name||Michio Miyagi Memorial Hall|
|Hours||10:00 – 16:30 (Entry until 30 minutes before)|
|Closed||Monday, Tuesday, Sunday and National Holidays|
Spring (3/25-3/27) Summer (8/1-8/10) Year-end and New Year (12/25-1/5)
|Fee||Adults 400 yen (300 yen) Students 300 yen (200 yen) Elementary school students 200 yen (100 yen)|
（Prices in parentheses ( ) are group rates. The reference room is free of charge.
|Address||35 Nakamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo|
How To Get To The Miyagi Michio Memorial Hall
- 3 minutes on foot from Ushigome-Kagurazaka Station on the Toei Oedo Line
- or 10 minutes on foot from Iidabashi Station ( Chuo Line,Yurakucho Line,Nanboku Line )
- or 10 minutes on foot from Kagurazaka Station ( Tozai Line )
- 900m > Yasukuni Shrine: This shrine enshrines the war dead from the Boshin War to World War II. It is also famous for its cherry blossoms.
- 900m > Tokyo Grand Shrine: Tokyo’s Mecca for matchmaking
- 1.1km > Soseki Park: This park was built on the site where Soseki spent his last years