Adachi Museum of Art
320 Furukawa-cho, Yasugi-shi
(Only the new building has closed days)
Appreciate the beauty of harmony between Japanese gardens and works of art
An art museum opened in 1970 based on the collection collected by Zenko Adachi, a businessman from Yasugi City.
In addition to viewing the masterpieces of Japan’s leading painters such as Taikan Yokoyama, the master of Japanese painting, Seiho Takeuchi, Gyokudo Kawai, and Shoen Uemura,
At the Rosanjin Museum, which opened in 2020, many masterpieces such as ceramics and calligraphy by Rosanjin Kitaoji are on display.
In addition, the vast Japanese garden of 50,000 tsubo is also a highlight.
A variety of gardens, such as a dry landscape garden, a white sand and green pine garden, a moss garden, and a pond garden, show beautiful expressions throughout the four seasons.
Since 2003, it has been ranked as “Japan’s No. 1” in a series of rankings by American magazines specializing in Japanese gardens, and has received high praise from overseas as well.
The collection is changed according to the change of the four seasons in the garden.
It is devised so that both the works and the Japanese garden can be enjoyed in a beautiful space.
Please enjoy the beauty of Japan and the changing seasons in a quiet time.
Recommended by the staff!
Free shuttle bus service!
A free shuttle bus runs daily from JR Yasugi Station.
Please feel free to use it if you are visiting the museum.
*It may not be possible to operate at the scheduled time due to traffic conditions. Learn more
*You cannot board if the bus is full (first-come-first-served basis, no reservations).