July 31st Artifact Museum Closed

The Treasure Museum will be closed as scheduled on Wednesday, July 31, 2024, due to exhibit changeover work.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to those who are planning to visit, and ask for your understanding in advance.
For the exhibits in 2024, please refer to the following URL.

About the 2024 special exhibition “the Main Head Temple Chishakuin – History of Restoration”

※1 National Treasure sliding screen paintings by Hasegawa Tohaku and his school are permanent exhibits and are not subject to exhibit changeovers.

※2 The Treasure Museum is closed on the following dates every year to change exhibits.
July 31
October 31
January 31
April 30
In addition, the Treasure Museum and the Scenic Gardens are closed to visitors from December 29 to 31 at the end of the year.

※3 Other halls and grounds can be visited. In addition, you can see some of the national treasure sliding screen paintings (maple, cherry blossom, pine and hollyhock) in the scenic garden (Oshoin), although they are replicas. (Map of the temple grounds  Center, number 6 on the left https://chisan.or.jp/en/worship/map-of-the-temple-grounds/)

※4 On this website, we have published a “360° image guide to the temple grounds” at the following URL. You can also see the national treasure sliding screen paintings by Hasegawa Tohaku and his school, although they are from when they were on display in the old storage facility.