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Do stop by this compact but well curated art museum dedicated to the work and career of Hirayama Ikuo, who mastered extraordinarily difficult traditional Japanese painting technique (using crushed mineral pigments) to expand our horizons, with his massive paintings depicting themes from the Arabian Desert...More
This is a kind of private museum which mainly displays works of Ikuo Hirayama, a famous painter, and collections of artworks related to Silk Road which he privately collected. Not so large museum, but quiet and impressive. You can enjoy his large and famous paintings...More
I had more than one hour to kill before catching express train at Kobuchizawa from Kiyosato and took off the local line at Kailkoizumi to see this museum.
entrance fee is about 10 USD, which is a bit expensive but good atmosphere and works.