Daisetz Suzuki, known internationally as D.T. Suzuki, is a Kanazawa-produced buddhist philosopher. The museum building is located next to his place of birth, and comprises three wings: the Entrance Wing, the Exhibition Space Wing, and the Contemplation Space Wing, and three gardens: the Vestibule Garden, the Water Mirror Garden and the Roji Garden. In addition to the appreciation of the exhibits, the museum also serves as a place of reflection for visitors as they encounter the life and philosophy of Daisetz Suzuki.
9:30 am to 5 pm (Visitors must enter by 4:30 pm)
Mondays (Next day if Monday falls on a holiday) and Dec. 29 to Jan. 3, Preparation periods of exhibit change.
300 yen; group (20 persons min.) : 250 yen per person; person of 65 years old or over : 200 yen; person below high-school age : Free