This museum was built on the remains of the old house of Kaburaki Kiyokata in Yukinoshita, Kamakura. He was a great master of Japanese-style painting and spent his last days in Kamakura. Japanese-style architecture displays fine presence in an ancient capital Kamakura. The museum holds 8 exhibitions per year. Various artworks is showcased through the year.
Escape the crowds at this charming museum, the former house and studio of noted artist Kaburaki Kiyokata. His traditionally-styled paintings of graceful kimono-clad women give an enjoyable insight into a bygone age.