Haifa Museums official website

The Tikotin museum was founded in the year 1959, at the joint initiative of Felix Tikotin, a known collector of Japanese art, who contributed his private collection, and the late Abba Chushi. The museum houses about 6,000 exhibits which include paintings, reprints, sketches, textiles, ancient ornamented books, ceramics, miniature statuettes etc. The exhibition hall is constructed in the spirit of the Japanese architecture. The museum's library houses about 2,500 books and scientific publications on the subject of Japan and its culture. The place hosts activities on the subject of Japanese culture such as lectures, films, courses on Japanese flower schemes, Zen meditation and the study of the Japanese language.
89 Hanassi Ave. Haifa, 34529

Opening Hours:
Sun.                       Closed
Mon., Wed., Tue.     10:30-16:00
Thu.                       16:00-19:00
Fri.                         10:30-13:00
Sat.& Holidays         10:30-15:00

Adults:    29 NIS
Children:  22 NIS

Public Transportation:
Buses: 37, 28, 23, 22, 21, 5, 3, Carmelit

Phone:       04-8383554
Box office:  04-8383554
Education:  04-8100014
Events:      04-8531598

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