Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets

Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets

Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets
Saitama Tokorozawa Kadokawa Culture Museum E-Tickets

Overview

Designed by famous architect Kengo Kuma, the Kadokawa Culture Museum (KCM), also known as Kadokawa Musashino Museum, is an iconic fixture of Tokorozawa Sakura Town. This is a museum, art gallery, library, theater, and event space all in one — limited-time events and exhibits are held here, too, such as the "Van Gogh: This is How I See the World" digital exhibit, which runs until November 2022. Book with us in advance or make a same-day booking for hassle-free entry!

Highlights

  • Explore the star attraction of the Tokorozawa Sakura Town pop-culture complex
  • Recommended for those who enjoy pop culture and art — KCM is more than just a museum
  • Admire the sleek design by world-famous architect Kengo Kuma
  • Check out the museum's Bookshelf Theater, a recent sensation on social media (same-day reservations also possible)
  • For a limited time only (until Nov. 2022), experience the immersive digital exhibition "Van Gogh: This is How I See the World"

Key Information

Description

Kadokawa Culture Museum (KCM), also known as Kadokawa Musashino Museum, is a cultural complex in Higashi-Tokorozawa, Saitama. This facility is not only a museum, but also a library, art gallery, theater, and event space all in one. Though it only opened in 2020, it has been gaining attention for being a space where visitors can enjoy a variety of art, from pop culture to contemporary art. The museum was designed by world-famous architect. Its facade looks very futuristic, and inside, the charming and whimsical Bookshelf Theater awaits. This recent social-media sensation is a hall with eight-meter-high walls and surrounded by towering bookshelves. It's not just a display, though — projection mapping and other experiences and events are held here, too. The floor map of KCM is as follows: • 1st floor: Grand Gallery, Manga & Light Novel Library, Genyoshi Garden, Da Vinchi Store Satellite • 2nd floor: Lobby (information and ticket counter), KadoCafe, Rock Museum Shop • 3rd floor: EJ Anime Museum • 4th floor: Edit Town — Book Street, Edit & Art Gallery, Aramata Wunderkammer Museum, Bookshelf Theater, Attic Step • 5th Floor: Musashino Corridor, Musashino Gallery, Sacula Diner And don't miss the limited-time "Van Gogh: This is How I See the World" exhibition, running until January 8, 2023! Here are the details of the exhibit: • Duration: June 18, 2022– January 9, 2023 • Entrance is on a designated-time basis. Please choose a time slot when making a reservation, and enter during your chosen time slot on your visit date • Exhibition contents may be changed or canceled without prior notice • Depending on when you visit, you might not be able to see some parts of the exhibit due to sudden closures, changes, or other reasons • Please refrain from flash photography, taking videos, and the use of tripods, monopods, and selfie sticks. Photography is allowed for some art works • You can also view this exhibit with a KCM 1-day passport The following tickets are available for KCM: 1) KCM Standard Ticket • Includes admission to Bookshelf Theater • Entrance is on a designated-time basis. Please choose a time slot when making a reservation, and enter during your chosen time slot on your visit date • If you purchased a ticket for entry at 15:00 or 18:00 (Friday and Saturday), you may enter later than the designated time (as the museum closes at 18:00 from Sunday to Thursday, and at 21:00 on Friday and Saturday) • Last admission is 17:30 from Sunday to Thursday, and 20:30 on Friday and Saturday • Depending on when you visit, you might not be able to visit some facilities due to sudden closures, changes, or other reasons • You can also view this exhibit with a KCM 1-day passport 2) KCM 1-Day Passport • A KCM all-access pass (including, but not only, Bookshelf Theater) • Entrance is on a designated-time basis. Please choose a time slot when making a reservation, and enter during your chosen time slot on your visit date • Re-entry is permitted within the same day • Please refrain from flash photography, taking videos, and the use of tripods, monopods, and selfie sticks. Photography is allowed for some art works • Depending on when you visit, you might not be able to visit some facilities due to sudden closures, changes, or other reasons • Last admission is 17:30 from Sunday to Thursday, and 20:30 on Friday and Saturday

How it works

Book in Just 3 Steps! Step 1 After booking on Rakuten Travel Experiences, we will email your e-ticket. *or you can check your e-ticket at Rakuten Travel Sightseeing Experience Dashboard Step 2 At the exhibition entrance, open the link we emailed you, click the "Use" button, and show your screen to the staff Note: Tickets are valid for 11 hours after clicking the "Use" button. Also, you will need an internet connection Step 3 Enter the exhibition! *In the case of re-entrance, please show the screen to the staff at the entrance