A museum renovated from a closed school in a mountain village, Kyousei-no-Sato
Kyousei-no-Sato was renovated from a closed Kurogawa Elementary School in 2000 as a so-called art village where visitors can interact with nature and art. There, visitors can meet, touch, and feel art in every season’s various nature of mountain. A place where everyone can remind something forgotten beyond time and space is Kyousei-no-Sato. Over-night workshops for families also takes place.
Cost: Material cost
Accessibility: Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms; changing table; guide dogs permitted
Discounts: Available for people with disabilities and senior citizens
|Address||838-0072 1546-1 Kurogawa, Asakura City (Former Kurogawa Elementary School)|
|Fees||Admission Fee (including fee for coffee or juice): Adult – 500 yen; Elementary and Junior High School Students – 300 yen|
|Mondays, Tuesdays (Open in the event of National Holidays, and closed on other day instead), and December through February|
|Access||By bus – A 3 minute walk from Ryochiku Kotsu’s Kurogawa bus stop
By car – A 20 minute drive from the Asakura Interchange off the Oita Expressway
|Times Available||11am – 5pm|
|Genre||Museums and Resource Centers (History and Culture) Cultural Facilities (History and Culture)|
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