The 8th Sakura Art Museum Sakuraka Prize Exhibition

Date: February 29 (Sat)-May 24 (Sun), 2020
Organizer: Go Sakura Museum
Sponsor: Meguro Tourism Community Development Association
Opening hours: 10: 00-18: 00 (Last entry 17:30)
Closed: Mondays (open on May 4th, closed on May 7)


Admission fee
General: 500 yen
Senior (70 years old and over): 400 yen
University and high school students: ¥ 300
Junior high school students: 100 yen
Elementary school students: Free (parents required)
* Persons who show the Handbook for Persons with Disabilities / Nursing Handbook will be charged half of the above fee.
* All prices include consumption tax.


Oka Prize Grand Prize Ami Matsubara 《Chun-Li》 2019

Excellence Award Hitoshi Kondo 《Color Difference》 2019

Director's Award Akiyo Tominaga 《Kazoroshi》 2019

Encouragement Award Yuko Uozumi 《Unleash》 2019

Encouragement Prize Aiko Sakamoto 《Tayuuta》 2019

Encouragement Prize Miki Megumi 《Spring》 2019

Encouragement Prize Masaharu Fujishiro "Sakurazu" 2019

Encouragement prize Miyazaki Yu “ Spring Evening '' 2019


Simultaneously held “ Hundred Views of Sakura vol.20 ''


The exhibition room “ Hundred Views of Cherry Blossoms '', which is dedicated to cherry blossom paintings, is often used as an exhibition room for visitors who come to our museum located on the banks of the famous cherry blossoms, Meguro River, to enjoy “ Ohanami '' throughout the year. We have received a favorable reception from people. This time, we will introduce paintings of "Sakura", focusing on works depicting famous trees and famous trees of cherry blossoms nationwide. In this exhibition, you can see the new work "Sakura Konoe Satsuki" (four songs, one and two folding screens) drawn by Japanese painter Toshihide Nishida.
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