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画家・小笠原 元の春から初夏を描いた作品を展示

A work depicting the painter Gen Ogasawara depicting the early spring and early summer

Narukawa Art Museum Holding period: March 12, 2020 ~ October 14, 2020
Ends in 100 days

「Gen Ogasawara Exhibition-Ask for Spring-」

(Please note that this page was created using Google's automatic translation service and understand that because of this, its translation may not necessarily be accurate.)

(TOP image) Gen Ogasawara "Raining up"

The light and wind of nature can be felt in the landscape paintings of Ogasawara, which are based on field interviews and thorough drawing. In addition, Ogasawara's Japanese paintings drawn on rocks with rock paint are simple and gentle, but they have a high quality.

In this exhibition, works that depict spring to early summer, such as satoyama where cherry blossoms and other flowers bloom and the waterside landscape of the mountain gorge, will be exhibited.

Gen Ogasawara Exhibition-Ask for Spring-
[Period] Now-October 14 (Wednesday) 9:00 to 17:00 *No closed days
[Venue] Hakone, Lake Ashi Naragawa Museum of Art
[Fee] General ¥1300, high school students ¥900, elementary and junior high students ¥600, groups of 10 or more ¥1100
*Internet discount available (¥200 discount)
[Contact] 0460-83-6828 (Hakone, Lake Ashi Naragawa Museum)

  • Narukawa Art Museum
  • Narukawa Art Museum
  • Narukawa Art Museum

A museum specializing in contemporary Japanese paintings is located on a hill overlooking Lake Ashi. In addition to the collection of hill people Yamamoto, Ikuo Hirayama, and Fumiko Hori, many of the talented artists of modern Japanese painting are on display (replaced three times a year). In addition, traditional crafts such as kaleidoscopes, Noh masks and lacquer are also on display.

From the 50-meter panoramic view lounge, you can overlook the picturesque scenery of Lake Ashi and Fuji woven by the four seasons. We would be happy if we could provide the visitors with a peace of time with a masterpiece of contemporary Japanese painting and the best view in Hakone.

<Access> Bus to Moto Hakone Port from Hakone Yumoto Station or JR Odawara Station to Hakone Town Port

  • Address
    570 Motohakone, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • TEL
  • Business Hour
    [Opening hours] 9:00 to 17:00; [Closed days] None
  • Credit Card
    No admission fee, no tea lounge, no museum shop (VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, Diners, UnionPay)
  • Parking Area
    Existence (number) 15 large buses, 70 passenger cars *Free for visitors
  • Average Usage
    General ¥1300, high school students ¥900, elementary and middle school students ¥600, groups of 10 or more ¥1100 *Internet discount available (¥200 discount)