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Tokugawa Art Museum

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Tokugawa Art Museum

Tokugawa Art Museum

During the Edo period, Nagoya served as the center of power in the Chubu area. It was ruled by one of the three major branches of the Tokugawa family, the Owari family. The Tokugawa Art Museum is privately owned by the Tokugawa Reimeikai Foundation, which was founded in 1931 by Yoshichika Tokugawa, the 19th head of the Owari family. This museum preserves more than 13,000 items and exhibits priceless treasures like samurai swords and armor, scrolls, poems, tea utensils, and more.

Next to the Tokugawa Art Museum is the Tokugawa-en, a traditional Japanese landscape garden with a large pond in the middle. The Tokugawa Art Museum is surrounded with seasonal flowers, various tea houses, rest houses, and waterfalls. Many travelers enjoy the atmosphere of the location, which once was a retirement residence of local lords.