Nakamura Museum displays and stores about 1,300 pieces of art such as inkstone, glasswork, sculpture, ceramics as well as modern day western and Japanese paintings from artists such as Taikan Yokoyama, Ryuzaburo Umehara and Hazan Itaya. The museum has an extensive collective of beautiful works of French Art Nouveau artist Émile Gallé as well as the Daum brothers produced between 1880 through 1910. Along with gazing at the four seasons of the Japanese traditional garden Ike no Okuen, visitors can learn the culture of the area through Japanese artwork and artwork from overseas.
|Address||826-0041 3782-1 Seki no Yama, Yugeta, Tagawa City|
|Fees||Adults and university students:800 yen
Junior and high school students:300 yen
Elementary students:200 yen
|Closed on Thursdays (open on holiday Thursdays; closed the following Friday)|
|Parking||Parking for 30 cars|
|Access||*10 minute drive from JR Hitahikosan Line Tagawa-Gotoji Station
*30 minute drive from Honamihigashi Interchange off of the Yakiyama Bypass
*60 minute drive from Yahata Interchange off of the Kyushu Expressway
|Times Available||9:00am-5:30pm (last entry by 5pm)|
|Genre||Museums and Resource Centers (History and Culture) Cultural Facilities (History and Culture)|
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