Kumagai Morikazu Museum of Art

Refreshing colors and a style made of lines and surfaces are what characterizes the art of Morikazu Kumagai, who passed away at 97 years old after living for 45 years in his home (atelier and garden). On the same lands today stands a small art museum.
In 1985, his second daughter, Kaya Kumagai opened the private museum.
Afterwards, with the wish of wanting the museum to continue on forever, she donated the works to Toshima-ku.
In 2007 the museum became a public museum under Toshima-ku.
With 2 permanent display rooms and 1 gallery, visitors can view roughly 60 pieces of Kumagai’s work throughout the year.