北海道立三岸好太郎美術館

1. Things to note when entering the museum

  • We monitor the temperatures of visitors using thermography. If your temperature is 37.5 ℃ or above, we will take your temperature with a non-contact thermometer. 
  • We ask that the following people refrain from entering the museum.
    • People with a temperature at 37.5℃ or higher
    • People with symptoms such as sore throat.
    • People who have visited a country or region with widespread infection within the past two weeks.
  • Please use the hand sanitizer available at the entrance and reception of the exhibition rooms. 
  • Please fill out the Contact Information Form when you enter the museum so that we can inform you in case of any new coronavirus infections in the museum. 
  • Please wear a mask. If you do not have one, please use one of the simple makeshift masks available.
  • Please observe cough etiquette. 
  • Please keep an adequate distance (about 2 meters) from other visitors. 
  • Please refrain from talking in the galleries whenever possible to prevent droplet transmission.
  • Admission may be restricted in order to avoid congestion in the galleries.

What we do to ensure safety

  • Staff members take their temperatures, wear masks, and wash and disinfect their hands regularly.
  • We regularly ventilate the building (by using the air-conditioner and opening the entrances to the galleries). 
  • Doorknobs, handrails, and other high-contact surfaces  are disinfected regularly. 
  • Safety shields have been installed at the reception desk. 
  • We have footprint markings and other signs on the floor at the reception desk and in the galleries so that visitors can keep an adequate distance.

2. Registration of contact information

In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus infections, we ask that you provide us with your contact information when you enter the museum, either by registering your e-mail address with the Hokkaido Coronavirus Notification System or by filling out a form. 
We recommend that you fill out the form in advance and bring it with you when you visit the museum to ensure a smooth entrance.

Registration of contact information 1

Registration of e-mail addresses using the Hokkaido Coronavirus Notification System

Use your phone to scan the QR code posted at the museum when you enter the museum, allowing you to register your e-mail address on the screen that appears.
For more information on the Hokkaido Coronavirus Notification System, please click here.

Registration of contact information 2

Filling out the emergency contact information form.

You can download the form here.

The New Hokkaido Style Safety Declaration

The Migishi Kotaro Museum of Art is committed to the "Seven practices plus one" protocols.

We make sure that our staff members wear face masks and wash their hands.
  • Ensuring hand washing, mask, and cough etiquette
We conduct thorough health monitoring of our staff.
  • Making sure that the staff check their physical condition before coming to work.
We ventilate the facility.
  • Ventilating the building using air conditioners and other equipment.
We regularly disinfect and clean the facility.
  • Having alcohol disinfectant available
  • Conducting regular cleaning
We make an effort to reduce physical contact.
  • Ensuring social distance in exhibition rooms, and other places
  • Displaying footprints at the reception desk, shops, and other places
  • Installing plastic shields at the reception desk and the store
  • Restricting admission

We have adopted the Plus One Hokkaido Coronavirus Notification System and provide a QR codes for visitors to resister their information.

Kazutoshi Saito
Director of the Migishi Kotaro Museum of Art, Hokkaido