Itchiku Kubota Art Museum

An elegant collaboration among the beauty of Japan, Mt. Fuji and Tsujigahana dyeing experienced amid Mother Nature

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This is the museum devoted to Itchiku Kubota who has gained high acclaim internationally as a dyeing artist with his Tsujigahana technique. In the pyramidal main building which uses central pillars of cypress more than a thousand years old, you can view Kubota’s masterpieces and works based on the theme of Mt. Fuji. In addition, there are many things to see in the new wing such as the Tombodama Art Gallery and a garden. The museum has earned three stars in the Michelin Green Guide.
Business Hours

April-November 9:30AM~5:30PM(Final entry 5:00PM) Closed on Tuesdays(Open every day in October and November) December-March 10:00AM~4:30PM(Final entry 4:00PM) Closed on Tuesdays Closed from December 26th-29th
Adult: 1,300 YEN

University/high school students:900 JPY Junior high/elementary school students:400 JPY
2255 Kawaguchi, Fujikawaguchikomachi, Minamitsuru, Yamanashi
(0555) 76-8811

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