Immerse yourself in the world of the tranquil and powerful artworks of Tomihiro Hoshino.
Situated on the shore of Lake Kusaki, Tomihiro Museum displays the works of Tomihiro Hoshino, an artist born in Azuma-cho, Midori City. Following a tragic accident, he became paralyzed from the neck down at the age of 24. His works, which display a perfect harmony of precious poems and transparent watercolor paintings, move the hearts of those who see them. The building features a unique design, which is inspired by soap bubbles, and is registered as a roadside station.
|Address||86 Kusaki, Azuma-cho, Midori City|
|Hours||9:00 - 17:00 (Last entry 16:30)|
|Closed||Mondays in December - March (The following day if Monday is a national holiday)
*May be temporarily closed in preparation for upcoming exhibitions.
|Admission||Individual/ Adult 520 yen, Elementary & Junior high school student 310 yen, Pre-school children Free
Group (20 people or more)/Adult 410 yen, Elementary & Junior high school student 240 yen
Holders of a physical disability certificate and 1 caregiver/ Adult 260 yen, Elementary & Junior high school student 150 yen
|Reservation||Not required (Please contact the facility in advance for groups of more than 20 people)|
|Payment Method||Cash only|