Narukawa Art Museum3.7
Narukawa Art Museum, by Lake Ashi in Hakone, is the museum specializing in the quintessence of modern nihonga, Japanese-style paintings. It was opened to the public in 1988.
This private museum possesses over 4000 works of nihonga, Japanese-style paintings, collected energetically by museum owner Minoru Narukawa over the course of 20 years, including 40 pieces by Ikuo Hirayama and 150 pieces by Kyujin Yamamoto, recipient of the Order of Cultural Merit. The museum's exhibitions change about every three months.
There is a panorama lounge on the ground floor, and visitors can enjoy the Hakone's natural landscape such as Lake Ashi and Mt.Fuji. Also a museum cafe and a museum shop are attached to the museum.
Address : 570 Moto Hakone, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa
Hours : 9:00 to 17:00 *open everyday
Adults : 1,300 yen
High school & university students : 900 yen
Primary & junior high school students : 600 yen
Children under five : free
take bus from JR Odawara Sta., and get off at Moto Hakone Quay
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