Manazuru Town Nakagawa Kazumasa Art Museum
The museum was opened in March 1989 when Kazumasa Nakagawa, a painter and contemporary literary artist who lived in Manazuru, donated his work to the town. Located in a corner overlooking the sea on the Manazuru Peninsula, the display of his works is surrounded by trees in the Manazuru Peninsula Nature Park, which is also good for nature walks.
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|Closed||Every Tuesday and Wednesday (or the following day if that is a national holiday), June, July, December, January|
Adult: 600 yen