For wheelchair users

A total of 10 wheelchairs, including some with adjustable height, are available at both the Nara Buddhist Sculpture Hall and the new Wings. Please contact the staff if you need to use a wheelchair.
To access different levels, you can use the elevator. Please feel free to ask any of the nearby staff to help operate the elevator, or call for assistance using the intercom.
There are accessible restrooms located on the first floor of the East Wing and the lower level passage.

For visitors with infants

A baby cradle for changing diapers is located next to the restroom in the East Wing.
A baby seat is also available in the accessible restrooms.

Entry with assistance dogs

Visitors can enter the museum with a guide dog or service dog.

AED (Automated External Defibrillator)

The AED (Automated External Defibrillator) is a piece of medical equipment that delivers electrical shocks to the heart to restore regular rhythm when it fails to pump blood because of heart spasms (ventricular fibrillation).
An AED is located at the entrance on the first floor of the new Wing as well as the east entrance of the Nara Buddhist Sculpture Hall.