Usui Kotohira Cultural Center

The Usui Kotohira Cultural Center is a cultural facility that is made up of four buildings. (Hiroki Oda Art Museum, Usui Town Peace Prayer Building, Usui Kyodo Building and the Usui Library) Pictured is the Hiroki Oda Art Museum.

Hiroki Oda Art Museum: showcases the works of Mr. Hiroki Oda, a master painter and member of the Japanese Academy of Arts.
Usui Kyodo Building: showcases the history of Usui
Usui Town Peace Prayer Building: takes a look at the relationship between coal mining and WWII.
Usui Library: holds a collection of 35,000 books.

Details on the structure:

Winner of the 8th World Triennale of Architecture
Winner of the Fukuoka Prefecture Residential Architecture Prize

The building is 4,994m2 (53,754 square feet) and is also barrier free; handicapped parking, toilet, ramp and elevator. Also available for rent are wheel chairs. Guide dogs are permitted and there are discounts for the elderly and handicapped guests.

Address 820-0502 767 Kamiusui, Kama City
Contact Tel:0948-62-5173 
Usui Kotohira Cultural Center
Fees *General: 310 yen
*High school and university students: 200 yen
and Holidays
*Mondays (open for holidays Mondays, closed on the following Tuesday)
*The New Year’s
Parking Parking for 100 cars
Access *5 minute walk from Nishitetsu Bus Usui Machiyakuba (Town Hall) Mae bus stop
*22 minute drive from Honamihigashi Interchange off of the Yakaiyama Bypass
Times Available 9:30am-5pm
Area Chikuho Area
Genre Museums and Resource Centers (History and Culture)

The information on this page, including hours of operation and prices, is subject to change. For the latest information and details, please check the store or the organizer's website, or contact them directly.