A collection and exhibition of works by Suga Chazan, literary figures, and painters associated with the town

During the Edo period, Kannabe prospered as a post town on the Sanyo Expressway, and was a town where the daimyo of the Sankin-kotai and travelers heading to Kamigata and Kyushu came and went. Sazan Kan established a cram school in a corner of this Kannabe inn, and the education and culture of the latter half of the Edo period flourished. The Kan Chazan Memorial Museum collects, researches, and exhibits the works of writers and painters related to the town, including Sazan Kan, and contributes to the development of local culture by deepening the understanding of everyone.


business hours
09: 00 ~ 17: 00
Monday (the next day if Monday is a holiday or a holiday), December 28-January 4
720-212230-2 Shinyuno, Kannabe-cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture
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Parking Lot
20 cars


30-2 Shinyuno, Kannabe-cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture

By car About 15 minutes from Fukuyama Higashi IC on the Sanyo Expressway About 10 minutes by taxi from JR Fukuen Line "Kannabe Station", 10 minutes on foot from Ibara Railway Ibara Line "Yuno Station"

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