The permanent exhibition, titled The World’s Biggest Oil Painting (nine meters in height by 27 meters in width, mirrored top and bottom as well as left and right), was painted by Gérard Di-Maccio, a French genius of fantasy art. The museum boasts Japan’s largest collection of works by the master glass artists René Lalique. The facility offers an hourly otherworldly show that decorates a gigantic oil painting with light and sound. This is the largest entertainment-oriented museum in the Hidaka area, where you can enjoy a whole day amidst natural splendor.
- Taiyo 204-5, Niikappu-cho, Niikappu-gun, Hokkaido, 059-2343
Museum: 9:30 – 16:30 on Thursdays, Fridays, weekends, and national holidays (last admission: 16:30)
Restaurant Atrantis: 11:00 – 14:00 on Fridays and weekends
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays (but open if these days are a national holiday or an observed national holiday)
*The restaurant is closed from Monday through Thursday.
*The museum is open seven days a week during the Golden Week and summer holiday periods.
*The museum is closed in winter. (For fiscal 2021, it has been closed since November 29.)
For details, see the website or contact the museum.
Adults: ¥1,100 (groups of 10 or more, including travel agency bus tour participants: ¥950)
High school and college students: ¥700
Junior high school students: ¥300
Holders of a disability certificate and one accompanying person per holder: ¥ 900
Residents of the Taiyo area: Free
Elementary school students or younger: Free
– All fees include tax.
Discount coupons expired in November 2019.
- Official website
- Wheelchair accessibility
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