Yayoi Museum exhibits artworks on prints such as book illustrations, cartoons and magazines that were created from the late Meiji period to the postwar period. The main artist is Kasho Takabatake, an illustrator who flourished in the beginning of the Showa period. On the first and second floors of the museum, various exhibitions are held with the concepts changing every three months. The third floor is dedicated to Kasho’s works throughout the year with around 50 pieces of art on constant display, and the theme of the exhibition changes every three months.