Mitsubishi Public Affairs Committee

Sites Related to Mitsubishi’s History

The founding family of the old Mitsubishi organization left an impressive legacy of architecture, treasures and landscaping, including the Seikado Bunko Art Museum, which houses the Inaba Tenmoku, (a national treasure said to be the most beautiful of the three Yohen Tenmoku tea bowls surviving to this day), Toyo Bunko, which houses the first Latin Printing of Marco Polo’s Description of the World, the Mitsubishi Ichigokan, a symbol of the modernization of Japan at the turn of the 19th century that was reborn as an art museum, and Koiwai Farm, renowned for its sound environmental management, sustainability and recycling. Here we present a selection of architecture, treasures and landscaping that have deep connections with Mitsubishi. These cultural treasures are open to the public. We hope you will use this information to experience the history and culture of these sites.

  • The Seikado Bunko Library and the 
     Seikado Bunko Art Museum
  • Toyo Bunko
  • The Mitsubishi Archives
  • Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum
  • The birthplace of Yataro Iwasaki
  • Kyu-Iwasaki-tei Teien
  • Mitsubishi’s birthplace blessed by Tosa Inari
  • Koiwai Farm
  • Kiyosumi Gardens
  • Rikugien Gardens
  • Sanyo-so
  • Hakone Yumoto Yoshiike Ryokan
  • Hotel de YAMA
  • Tonogayato Gardens
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki Shipyard & 
      Machinery Works Historical Museum
  • Meijiseimeikan
  • NYK Maritime Museum
  • NYK Hikawamaru
  • Sado Gold Mine
  • Ikuno Silver Mine
  • Osarizawa Mine
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