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Fusae Ichikawa Center for Women and Governance: Memorial Exhibition Hall (記念展示室)


General Information


Ichikawa Fusae Memorial Exhibition Hall

Address:  2 Chome-21-11 Yoyogi, Shibuya, Tokyo,‎
Phone: +81-3-3370-0238
FAX: +81-3-5388-4633
Email: (Please replace # with @)
Hours: 10:00-16:00 
Closed: Saturday, Sunday


About Ichikawa Fusae Memorial Exhibition Hall:

Ichikawa Fusae Memorial Exhibition Hall exhibits photographs, books and hand written manuscripts (autobiography / last writing) by Ichikawa Fusae,  The collection also includes some of her favorite belongings and a reproduction of the living room she used in her later years (about 80 items).  In addition, there is a video section where visitors can learn about the history of the women's suffrage movement in Japan and about the life of Ichikawa Fusae. 

Resources and Facilities

Summary of Collection(s)

Focus: Ichikawa Fusae, Women's Suffrage Movement in Japan

Note: The Guide uses the ALA/LC standard romanization, however, it also reflects a different romanization system used by an individual institution or collection.



1. JR line Yoyogi station (代々木):

  • Exit from the North exit. 
  • On foot: About 7min.

2. JR line Shinjuku station (新宿駅):

  • Exit from the South exit. 
  • On foot: About 7min.

3. Odakyū line (小田急線) Minami Shinjuku station (南新宿): 

  • On foot: About 3min.

4 Toei Subway Shinjuku line・Oedo line (地下鉄都営新宿線・大江戸線) Shinjuku station (新宿駅):

  • Exit from the A1 exit.
  • On foot: About 3 min.
The exhibition hall is located at the second floor of the Fusen Kaikan (婦選会館).

How to Use the Facility

Visiting the Facility

Open to the Public


  • Admission Fees:
    • General Admission: 300 yen
    • Junior high school student or younger: 100 yen
    • Group of more than 10 people: 10% discount

Note: DVD Screening and A brief tour by the staff are available upon request for groups and individuals.

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