Kakegawa Ninomaru Museum掛川市二の丸美術館
Kakegawa Ninomaru Museum is just a one-minute walk from the Kitamon bus stop and a 10-minute drive from the Kakegawa Interchange. It is an art museum located in Kakegawa Castle Park, and its prime exhibits are the Kinoshita Collection of craft items, especially those related to smoking, and the Suzuki Collection of late 19th century and early 20th century paintings in the Japanese style. Many works of local artists are displayed and stored here. Every effort has been made to allow visitors to enjoy the exhibits to the greatest extent possible. The Japanese-style paintings are displayed with consideration given to the proper order, and the craft items can be viewed with magnifying glasses or double mirrors, allowing visitors can see the details. The museum also holds a variety of special exhibitions.
Shizuoka Pref. Kakegawashi Kakegawa Inside 1142-1 Kakegawa Castle Park (Iwata / KakegawaArea)
9:00-17:00 (until 16:30)
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- Shizuoka Pref. Kakegawashi Kakegawa Inside 1142-1 Kakegawa Castle Park [ map ]
- Iwata / KakegawaArea
- 9:00-17:00 (until 16:30)
- Display replacement, facility maintenance Sunday
- [General] 200 yen (20 people and above's group 2 discount fee Friday)
※ Junior High School Students to Free. There is a common set ticket with other facilities.
- Parking Lot
- Available (2 spaces)
※ parking for disabled people (Free)
- Credit Card
- Not available
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- Route from this Station Route from this Bus Stop Route from this IC Route from this Parking
Nearby Tourist Attractions
With the giant Pacific Ocean to the south and the great Mount Fuji to the north, Shizuoka prefecture is blessed with some of the best views the country has to offer. The white sand beaches of the Izu Peninsula are a rare find on mainland Japan, neighbored by beautiful cliffs, tumbling hills, and natural hot springs. As Japan's largest producer of green tea, the age-old tradition of tea drinking is ubiquitous in Shizuoka, from the miles of tea fields to the old tea houses hosting traditional tea ceremonies.