D.T. Suzuki (1870-1966) is a prominent Buddhist philosopher born in Kanazawa.
D.T. Suzuki Museum which opened in 2011 is a place for visitors deepen their understanding of D.T. Suzuki.
It is also a place for self-reflection.

Even it is in a crowded city center, the outside and inside of the building is very calm.
It is popular for Pongyi’s guests and they said “I could take a lot of time to face myself.”

The building designed by Yoshio Taniguchi is also very famous.



In the current special exhibition ”Daisetz no sugata (figure of Daisetz), pictures of Daisetz are displayed.
This exhibition is about his attraction and “die and live.”

◆ Daisetz no sugata Ⅰ
Event in progress ~Feb. 13 (Sun)

◆ Daisetz no sugata Ⅱ
Coming soon Feb. 16 (Wed) ~ Apr. 24(Sun)
※ Fee:310 yen, over 65 years old 210 yen, under high school free of charge

7 (Mon), 14 (Mon), 15 (Tue), 21 (Mon), 28 (Mon)
*Feb. 15 is closed for change the display models.

D.T. Suzuki Museum
Address:3-4-2- Honda-machi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa 920-0964