Sunritz Hattori Museum of Arts

Sunritz Hattori Museum of Arts
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General information
Address2-1-1 Kogandōri
Town or citySuwa, Nagano Prefecture
Coordinates36°03′19″N 138°06′43″E / 36.05517531°N 138.11191968°E / 36.05517531; 138.11191968Coordinates: 36°03′19″N 138°06′43″E / 36.05517531°N 138.11191968°E / 36.05517531; 138.11191968
Design and construction
ArchitectShōzō Uchii
Official website

Sunritz Hattori Museum of Arts (サンリツ服部美術館, Sanritsu Hattori bijutsukan) is located on the shore of Lake Suwa in Suwa, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Designed by Shōzō Uchii, it opened in 1995. The collection includes works by Renoir and Chagall, Ogata Kōrin and Sakai Hōitsu, as well as one of the two Japanese National Treasure tea bowls, Fuji-san by Honami Kōetsu.[1][2][3]

See also


  1. ^ 登録博物館・博物館相当施設 [Registered Museums and Equivalent Facilities] (in Japanese). Nagano Prefecture. Retrieved 7 September 2015.
  2. ^ "Sunritz Hattori Museum of Art". Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures. Retrieved 7 September 2015.
  3. ^ 楽焼白片身変茶碗〈銘不二山/光悦作〉 [White Raku Tea Bowl (Fujisan by Koetsu)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 September 2015.

External links

  • (in Japanese) Sunritz Hattori Museum of Arts

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