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Okada Museum of Art
The Okada Museum of Art opened in October 2013 in Kowakudani, Hakone. Approximately 450 works of art such as Japanese and Oriental ceramics and paintings are on display at all times in this vast museum, which boasts the largest indoor exhibition area in Hakone with a total of 5 floors and an exhibition area of approximately 5,000 square meters. The museum was conceived out of the desire to carefully protect the works of art that have been passed down in Japan, share the joy of encountering beauty, and pass it down to the next generation. Decorating the front of the museum is ``Kaze Toki'' (2013), a large mural of the gods of wind and thunder painted by contemporary Japanese painter Kotaro Fukui, measuring 12 meters in height and 30 meters in width. After viewing, you can enjoy a footbath cafe with 100% natural hot spring water or a walk in the garden.