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Oku-Noto Triennale 2023 has come to an end.
Thank you to the many guests who visited the Suzu Theatre Museum

The museum’s next open day will be December 8th, 2023.
The Suzu Theatre Museum Annex will be open for group tours by making reservations ahead of time.

Suzu Theatre Museum schedule
Business hours: 10:00~16:00 

Shiosai Restaurant schedule
Business hours: 11:00~16:00 



An array of original merchandise designed by KIGI, the Suzu Theater Museum logo designer, is on sale at the Museum shop! 


Design KIGI/キギ

Established in 2012 by Ryosuke Uehara and Yoshie Watanabe.
KIGI actively seeks new ways to be creative through free thinking and the power of expression while crossing all genres. 



2-47 Otani-machi, Suzu-shi, Ishikawa-ken 


5-28-1 Otani-machi, Suzu-shi, Ishikawa-ken 

Suzu Theatre Museum 
tel.0768-87-2280 (Holidays: 0768-82-7780)

■From downtown Suzu/20 min. by car (Rt.249)
■From downtown Wajima/35 min. by car (Rt.249) ■From Noto Satoyama Airport/45 min. by car or van service. (Rt. 57~Rt.249) 
■From Kanazawa Station/2hrs. 20 min. by car (Noto Satoyama Kaido~Rt.57~Rt. 249) 


Suzu Theatre Museum: The Ark of Light

Individual Viewing costs



University students


Elementary, junior high, and high school students


Persons who have purchased an Oku-Noto Triennale 2023 passport may enter the museum
once per passport.

General:¥3,300    University students:¥1,650    Elementary, junior high, and high school students:¥550

Other viewing costs

For elementary, junior high, and high school students viewing as part of their curriculum, Suzu municipal school students are exempt from paying the admission fee.

One escort accompanying each person with a Physical Disability
Certificate or Rehabilitation Certificate is exempt from paying the admission fee.

Members of the press entering for reporting are exempt from paying the admission fee.


Suzu Theatre Museum: Annex

Elementary, junior high, and high school students/¥200


Please review our visitor guidelines outlined below before your visit so that all visitors may have an enjoyable experience.

● Viewing
・Please, do not touch the works of art, including folk art.
・Photography is permitted, but flash and video are not allowed. 
・The lighting inside the venue is dark, and there are varying levels, including stairs. Please use the handrails where they are available and watch your step. 
・The Museum is open to preschoolers. When in the company of a preschooler, please hold their hand and keep them from running in the building. 
・The museum reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone who might cause other visitors trouble.  

● Inside the Building
・Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the building.
・Food and drinks (including gum and candy) are not allowed inside. 
・Visitors may not bring oversized baggage (full backpacks, etc.) into the building. Please leave them in your vehicle or check them at the entrance. 
・It is possible to enter in a wheelchair. Still, because some areas are not accessible, specific exhibits may not be seen up close. 
・No pets are allowed in the building. However, seeing eye dogs and other assistance dogs for disabled people are permitted in the building.
・Please refrain from speaking on your cell phone in the building. Please set your cell phones to vibrate or silent mode. 

● Photography and Video Policy
 ・The museum does not allow flash photography, tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, or drones inside the building.
・Photography for private, non-commercial use only is permitted in specified areas. The use of these images is the responsibility of the photographer. The museum assumes no responsibility.  

Otherwise, please refer to the instructions of the person in charge.