Foujita's workshop and house

  • Museum
  • Fine Arts
  • Arts and culture
  • Painting

The Maison-atelier Foujita is the last home and workplace of the famous Franco-Japanese painter Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita (1886-1968). A major figure of the School of Paris and of the Paris of the Roaring Twenties.

the Roaring Twenties.

Preserved in its current state since the artist's death, this exceptional place of memory open to visitors in 2000 allows you to discover, through the daily life of the artist, a singular universe. Painter, draftsman, engraver, illustrator, ceramist, photographer, film-maker and fashion designer, Foujita is a complete artist and his home-studio reveal the significance of his talents.

The Home-studio is protected under Historic Monuments and is part of the first memorials labelled "Maison des Illustres" (Home of Illustrious persons) by the Ministry of Culture in 2011.

Opening and closing times

From 01/06 to 30/09.

Closed Monday and Wednesday.

From 01/10 to 31/05.

Closed Monday and Wednesday.


Week days : guided tours by appointment only. Visits are subject to a minimum number of 5 participants (individuals or groups already formed).

Weekends : free visits without appointment.


Free of charge.


Types of customers

  • Groups
  • Home school groups
  • Walkers/hikers


Types of visits available

  • Guided individual tours available permanently
  • Guided group tours available permanently

Services and facilities


  • Guided tours
  • Tour free of charge


Spoken languages

  • English
  • French


  • Hearing disability
  • Mental disability
  • Visual disability
  • Not accessible in a wheelchair


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Contact information

  • 7/9 Route de Gif 91190 Villiers-le-Bâcle

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