Zentsuji City Art Museum (善通寺市美術館)
This is an art museum nestled next to the Zentsuji City Hall. After many works of the Zentsuji born, lacquer ware artist, Onishi Tadao were donated to the city, this museum was opened under the name of Onishi Tadao Memorial Hall. On the first floor, in the permanent exhibit, are works by the artist of such lacquer works of picture frames, vases, and more. The two other exhibit halls within the museum are leased to various art enthusiast groups for their use. Normally, only the first floor exhibit is used as the Onishi Tadao Memorial Hall, but every year, in October, a special exhibit is held in which the whole building is dedicated to showcasing his works. Visitors can appreciate and enjoy the unique perspective of his works where it appears as though a painting is combined with the craftsmanship of lacquer ware.
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- Monday, Public holidays, New Year's holiday
- [Admission fee]Free
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