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Nakasatsunai Art Village中札内美術村

Art Museum

Located in the Tokachi region, Nakasatsunai Art Village (which covers an area of around 145,000 square meters) is a place where you can stroll along beautiful paths, stopping off to look round art galleries or have a bite to eat. Nakasatsunai Art Village is located around 15 minutes’ drive from Tokachi-Obihiro Airport; the Village is open from late April through to mid-October.


Hokkaido Kasaigunnakasatsunaimura Sakae East 5 Line (Obihiro / TokachiArea)

phone 0155683003

10:00-17:00(depending on the season)

Review of Nakasatsunai Museum

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Reviewed:2015/06/12 Sculptures, art exhibit with music performance
We stopped in for a visit to see the sculptures in the woods and the old buildings. We saw an art exhibit where we were pleased to hear a professional violinist perform. She played about 30 minutes...
Reviewed:2014/07/25 Canadian Sculptor Visits the Park
I am Canadian Sculptor Royden Mills and Linda and I visited the Nakasatsunai Museum and Sculpture park with our friends of Yuji and Miwa Matsui and Shinichi and Mikie Takahashi In mid July 2014. The...
Reviewed:2012/09/23 There are different cozy and amazing museums
Visiting Obihiro, you should visit there. Unfortunately in winter all museums close. It takes 60 minutes by bus from Obihiro bus terminal. We can get a combination bus ticket with museum entrance fee...

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Hokkaido Kasaigunnakasatsunaimura Sakae East 5 Line [ map ]
Obihiro / TokachiArea
10:00-17:00(depending on the season)
open everyday (Mid-Oct.-Late Apr. closed)
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