World-renowned Zen Buddhist philosopher Daisetz Suzuki spread Zen, Japanese culture and an understanding of Eastern thought throughout the West. Meet the mind and walk in the footsteps of the man for whom this museum is dedicated.
The facilities include special sections, such as the Exhibition Space, Learning Space, and Contemplative Space; and three garden areas, including the Vestibule Garden, the Roji Garden, and finally, the Water-Mirror Garden, in which Kanazawa is symbolized by the reflection of the surrounding sloping greenery against stone walls.
Designed by Yoshio Taniguchi, renovation architect of the MoMA in New York City.
Visitors are asked to respect the quiet atmosphere.
No reservations required. English audio guides available for free.View website
- ¥300(¥200 for 65yo and over)
(¥250 for 20+ people)
- 3-4-20 Honda-machi, Kanazawa
- 9:30 am – 5:00 pm (last admittance: 4:30)
- Mondays, first weekday after national Monday holidays
December 29 – January 3