Learn about the life and teachings of Kanazawa’s most famed philosopher
Known around the world, Daisetz Suzuki – also known as D.T. Suzuki – is one of Japan’s most famous Buddhist philosophers. His essays and teaching were incredibly influential in spreading Buddhist philosophy to the West.
Born in Kanazawa, the philosopher is commemorated in city through the D.T. Suzuki Museum. The museum is located in the area of the city where D.T. Suzuki was born and comprises three wings – the Entrance Wing, the Exhibition Space Wing and the Contemplation Space Wing – as well as three gardens – the Vestibule Garden, the Water Mirror Garden and the Roji Garden.
In addition to containing many exhibits relating to the life of D.T. Suzuki, the museum also serves as a place of reflection for visitors as they contemplate his teachings.
- 3-4-20 Honda-machi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa 920-0964
- Adult: 310 yen (260 yen for groups of 20 or more.)
Persons aged 65 years old or over: 210 yen
Persons below high-school age: Free
- Business Hours
- 9:30–17:00 (Visitors must enter by 16:30)
- Regular Holidays
- Mondays. (or the next day if Monday is a holiday)
Periods of exhibit change
Dec. 29 - Jan. 3
- Parking: Large Vehicle
- Official Website
- on its official website.