A cultural complex that combines a library, art museum, and museum. Under the supervision of editorial engineer Seigo Matsuoka, naturalist Hiroshi Aramata, architect Kengo Kuma, and curator and arts researcher Shingo Jinno, it will present culture from multiple perspectives, from main culture to pop culture.
Kadokawa Musashino Museum is a cultural complex that combines a library, an art museum, and a museum. The director and editorial engineer Seigo Matsuoka, naturalist Hiroshi Aramata, and architect Kengo Kuma have created an innovative museum that evokes the imagination and straddles the real and virtual worlds.
This library space houses light novels and other works from various publishers, as well as children's books and comics, totaling more than 35,000 volumes. Visitors can experience the rich world of juvenile novels and entertainment that Japan is proud of.
Surrounded by a huge bookshelf measuring approximately 8 meters, the library space houses approximately 20,000 books, including KADOKAWA publications as well as the personal collections of Genyoshi Kadokawa, Kenkichi Yamamoto, Rizo Takeuchi, and Moriyoshi Tonoma.
and Moriyoshi Sotoma's personal collections, in addition to KADOKAWA publications.
Projection mapping using the bookshelves as a stage is also shown, providing a unique theater experience.