To Our VisitorsNotice of Measures for Preventing the Spread of Covid-19 infection
We are working on preventing the spread of COVID-19 Infection based on the "Guidelines for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 Infection in Museums" by the Japanese Association of Museums.
Our Museum Measures
- Staff members wear masks in the museum at all times.
- The museum has placed sanitizer dispensers at the entrance and in the restrooms.
- Reception staff members wear gloves at all times.
- The museum has hung protective vinyl shields above the reception desk and shop counter.
- Staff members wipe the lockers, counters, and other fixtures hourly with sanitizer.
- Staff members take their temperature twice a day at the museum.
- The museum enforces an admission limit on the number of visitors. When the number of people reached the limit, we will issue a numbered ticket and specify the admission time.If all numbered tickets for the day are issued, you may not be able to enter the museum.
- To maximize ventilation, the museum is running the air conditioning at a stronger level than ordinary.
Requests for Visitor Cooperation and Understanding
- Temperature monitoring at the entrance of Museum
Refrain from visiting the museum if you have a temperature of higher than 37.5°C or higher fever than normal heat,
furthermore, if you have a cough, a sore throator close contact with COVID-19 infected person
or visit countries or regions within the past two weeks currently subject to Japanese government entry restrictions or post-entry quarantine and when there is close contact with the residents.
- Masks and common-sense etiquette
Wear a mask at all times while in in the museum and observe common-sense etiquette in regard to unavoidable coughing.
- Hand care
Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before entering the museum. Sinks for washing hands are available in the restrooms beside the elevator. Sanitizer dispensers are available in the restrooms and at the museum entrance.
Refrain from chatting in the exhibition rooms, maintain a respectful distance from other visitors, and proceed as much as possible in a common direction. Understand that the staff might regulate museum entry if and as necessary to prevent crowding.
- Health concerns
Notify a staff member promptly if you or anyone with you feels unwell.
The museum has received no reports of anyone having tested positive for Covid-19 infection after visiting the museum, but the museum will post a notice on its website If it ever receives such a report. If you would like to contact us individually, fill in and submit the Emergency Contact form at the entrance to receive direct notification of any such report. (The museum will not use personal information provided on the Emergency Contact form for any other purpose.)
Panasonic Shiodome Museum of Art