Nasu Stained Glass Museum Admission Ticket

The Nasu Stained Glass Museum lies north of Tokyo in the Tochigi Prefecture, and is well worth the 2.5-hour travel time. With this admission ticket, you’ll gain access to the museum that looks like a British noble manor on the outside, and features exhibits to explore on the inside. See antique stained glass from the 1800s, a collection of stained-glass lamps, and an antique pipe organ.
* Duration: 1 to 8 hours
* Starts: Nasu-machi, Japan
* Trip Category: Sightseeing Tickets & Passes >> Attraction Tickets




The Nasu Stained Glass Museum lies north of Tokyo in the Tochigi Prefecture, and is well worth the 2.5-hour travel time. With this admission ticket, you’ll gain access to the museum that looks like a British noble manor on the outside, and features exhibits to explore on the inside. See antique stained glass from the 1800s, a collection of stained-glass lamps, and an antique pipe organ.

Visit: Nasu Stained Glass Museum, 1790 Takakuhei, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun 325-0302 Tochigi Prefecture

To use your Nasu Stained Glass Museum admission ticket, find your own way to the museum during its hours of operation. If you’re traveling from Tokyo on public transport, get off at Kuroiso Station by Tohoku Shinkansen and the Utsunomiya Line. If you’re travelling from the Koriyama or Sendai direction, get off at Kuroiso Station by the Shinkansen and Tohoku main line.

Your admission ticket covers your entry fees into the museum for one day, and you can explore the museum exhibits at your own pace without feeling rushed. Check out the beautiful stained glass in the St. Raphael Chapel, St. Gabriel Chapel, and other areas of exhibition. You’ll also see Biblical-inspired work as you roam. Then, check out the museum’s collection of Richard Lee stained-glass lamps, or explore the outdoor garden.

You’re welcome to stay at the museum as long as you like during its opening hours.