This white museum nestled on the scenic slopes of Mt. Iwanai is known for having one of the largest Picasso print collections in Japan: more than 200 works ranging from The Frugal Meal, a masterpiece from his Blue Period, to Erotica, from his late years. Its annex displays works by Keiyu Nishimura, an internationally renowned painter from the neighboring Kyowa Town, and works created by Hokkaido-based artists under the theme of Umareizuru Nayami (The Agony of Being Born), a novel set in Iwanai Town and written by Takeo Arishima.
- Nozuka 505, Iwanai-cho, Iwanai-gun, Hokkaido
9:00 – 17:00 (last admission: 16:30)
Mondays (or Tuesday if Monday is a national holiday) – Closed in winter (from mid-November to mid-April)
Adults: ¥1000 (¥900), College and high school students: ¥700 (¥600), Elementary and junior high school students: ¥400 (¥300) – Fees in parentheses indicate discount fees for groups of 10 or more.
- Official website
- Wheelchair accessibility
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