Majestic appearance Museum of authentic wooden architecture

The Rantokaku Museum is a museum of authentic wooden architecture with a majestic appearance. Works by artists such as Taikan Yokoyama, Heihachiro Fukuda, and Kunzo Minami, as well as works by artists with a connection to their hometown, are exhibited. From a collection of about 2,200 works including Japanese paintings, oil paintings, prints, drawings, etc., we are planning and exhibiting each session. In addition, on the third Saturday of every month, the Rantokaku Gallery Concert is held at the museum after closing. The area is dotted with two museums, the Joseon Tongsinsa Museum, the Ceramics Museum, the tea room, and the insect house, all within walking distance. We also sell great value set tickets for excursions.


business hours
09: 00 ~ 17: 00 * Admission is until 16:30.
Tuesday * If it is a national holiday, the next day
General / 500 yen, high school students / 300 yen, elementary and junior high school students / 200 yen
737-0301200-1 Minose, Shimokamagari-cho, Kure-shi
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Approximately 50 units (free)


200-1 Minose, Shimokamagari-cho, Kure-shi

About 18 minutes by bus operated by Setouchi Sanko from JR Nigata Station, and about 5 minutes on foot from Sannose stop. Or about 40 minutes by car from Hiroshima Kure Road Kure IC.

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