JiyuGakuen Myonichikan

2-31-3 Nishiikebukuro

JiyuGakuen Myonichikan

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Jiyugakuen Myonichikan, the "House of Tomorrow," is the original building complex of Jiyugakuen, designed by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Arata Endo, working as an assistant for Wright's project constructing the Imperial Hotel, introduced Wright to his acquaintances Yoshikazu and Motoko Hani, who founded Jiyugakuen. Impressed by the couple's educational philosophy, Wright accepted to undertake the design of their new school.

Visitors can see the inside of the buildings during the following days and hours, except a day when we hold other activities. Please inquire beforehand.
Hours : 10am - 4pm (last ticket entry at 3:30pm)
Holidays : Mondays (except for national holidays on Monday, in which case Myonichikan is open and closed the following day) Year-end/New Year holidays

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