Public Interest Incorporated Foundation "DEWAZAKURA ART MUSEUM"
DEWAZAKURA ART MUSEUM opened in 1988 after receiving donations of ceramics, porcelains and handicrafts from Seijiro Nakano, who were 3rd generation of Nakano family.
The art museum building is a beautiful example of traditional Japanese architecture (Registered National Tangible Cultural Property).
The main exhibits are ceramics, porcelains and handicrafts from the Silla, Goryeo and Yi Dynasties of ancient Korea. Occasionally there are special exhibits related to cherry blossoms; paintings and calligraphic works by modern artists such as Shinichi Saito; and pottery works from the Six Old Kilns of Seto, Tokoname, Echizen, Shigaraki, Tamba and Bizen.
|Address||1-4-1, Hitoichimachi, Tendo-City, Yamagata-Pref.,
|Opening times||9:30 - 17:00 ( Last Admission: 16:30 )|
|Closed days||Mondays (except for Public Holidays on Monday, in which case the museum is open on the holiday and closed on the following Tuesday instead),
New Year's Holiday, Exhibition change period
*Please check "Opening Calendar" for details.
|Access||15 minutes on foot from JR Tendo Station
15 minutes by car from JR Yamadera Station
15 minutes by car from Yamagata Airport
30 seconds on foot from Kitame bus stop
|Entrance fee||General 500 yen, Student 300 yen, Child 200 yen|