A base for lifelong learning built in the wake of interaction with the 39th President of the United States

Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States of America, visited Konucho in October 1990 at the edge of the Bonsho of Shoganji Temple, and since then he has been interacting with the Carter Center and the city of Atlanta. Taking this opportunity, the "Jimmy Carter Civic Center" was built as a base for lifelong learning. It is fully equipped with facilities such as the multipurpose hall "Peace Bell Hall", planetarium hall, library, audio studio, peace learning center, and training room.

INFORMATION

business hours
09: 00 ~ 18: 00 Library / 10: 00 ~ 18: 00
Holidays
Mondays December 29th, December 30th, December 31st, January 1st, January 2nd, January 3rd
price
Planetarium building high school students and above / 550 yen, Planetarium building junior high school students / 330 yen, Planetarium building elementary school students / 220 yen, Japanese-style room / meeting room / training room / creative room once in the morning / 440 yen ~, Japanese-style room / meeting room / training room / creative room Once in the afternoon / 550 yen ~, Japanese-style room / meeting room / training room / creative room once at night / 660 yen ~, Audio room 1 hour in the city / 1,570 yen ~, Audio room 1 hour / 3,140 yen outside the city Please see the homepage for details (https://cartercenter.jp/guide)
address
729-4101 10940 Hongo, Konucho, Miyoshi City
Phone Number
0847-67-3535
ジミー・カーターシビックセンター
Fax number
0847-67-3538
email address
info@cartercenter.jp
Parking Lot
100 units

ACCESS

729-4101 
10940 Hongo, Konucho, Miyoshi City

About 40 minutes by car from Chugoku Expressway Miyoshi IC, or about 30 minutes by car from Shobara IC. Or about 40 minutes by car from the Sanyo Expressway Mihara-Kui IC, or about 10 minutes by car from the Onomichi Expressway Konu IC. Or about a 10-minute walk from Konu Station on the JR Fukuen Line.

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