Permanent exhibition hall of Kunitaro Suda, a master of Kyoto Western-style painting

The Sannose Gohonjin Arts and Culture Museum is a permanent exhibition hall of Kunitaro Suda, a master of Kyoto Western-style painting. The works of his work, which was active as a major figure of the Independent Art Association, and the works of Japanese art writers from the 1920s are exhibited. In addition, the building is a restoration of the exterior of the historic headquarters used as a lodging facility by the Tsushima feudal clan, who served as a guide for the Joseon Tongsinsa during the Edo period.

INFORMATION

business hours
09: 00 ~ 17: 00 * Admission is until 16:30.
Holidays
Tuesday * If it is a national holiday, the next day
price
General / 500 yen, high school students / 300 yen, elementary and junior high school students / 200 yen
address
737-0301311 Sannose, Shimokamagari-cho, Kure-shi
Phone Number
0823-70-8088
Parking Lot
Approximately 50 units (free)
free

ACCESS

737-0301 
311 Sannose, Shimokamagari-cho, Kure-shi

About 18 minutes by bus operated by Setouchi Sanko from JR Nigata Station, and about 7 minutes on foot from Sannose stop. Or about 40 minutes by car from Hiroshima Kure Road Kure IC.

Share this article