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Galleries, The main building

he building was designed by Okada Mokichi and completed in 1952. The collection includes ancient earthenware, porcelains of the 10th to 12th centuries and ceramics of the 16th to 18th centuries.

Annex “The world of Okada Mokichi”

「The founder Okada Mokichi — his work and life」

The room presents a portrayal of the founder Okada Mokichi (1882–1955), describing the major achievements and events in his life, which also laid the foundation for MOA Museum of Art in Atami.

Shinwatei, the teahouse

Situated in a corner of Shinsenkyō, Shinwatei offers a relaxing moment with a panoramic view over the moss garden, serving 100% organic matcha tea and seasonal accompaniment sweets.

Kōrin-do, the museum shop

Located next to the entrance gate, the museum shop Kōrin-do offers a variety of select souvenir items.
Adjacent to the shop is a lounge. It commands a splendid view over the moss garden through different seasons.

The moss garden

With 130 varieties of mosses and 220 maple trees, the moss garden is a gem of the Shinsenkyō throughout the year from lush-green spring to moistened deep green summer, delightful contrast between autumnal leaves and moss-green, and serene wintry snowscape. It is also a popular autumn-leave spotting site.

The bamboo garden

After the hagi-no-michi path is the bamboo garden arranged in a Chinese style


A stream runs through grassed area with uniquely arranged volcanic rocks in the Sekiraku-en garden. It offers a different, more open ambiance compared to the moss garden with its panoramic view over the calderas Myōjō and Asama, and the bay of Sagami between them.

Hagi-no-michi path

The path that leads from the museum annex toward the main building is lined with designed rock walls, harboring the indigenous variety of Japanese clover. Flowers can be enjoyed in September.



Restroom for wheelchairs


vending machine