MIYAMOBI

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Sozan Art Museum

  • History/Culture

Enjoy the colorful world of painter, Satoshi Takagi.

A museum that has a posthumous collection of painter, Satoshi Takagi who loved the nature of Miyama and made it his lifelong hometown. Satoshi studied at the Kyoto Gakugei University (now known as Kyoto University of Education) and after 11 years as a fine arts teacher, he devoted himself to painting. Tagaki’s theme was nature and still life and he developed a characteric red-toned color named “Takagi Red” as the key color for his paintings and received the Excellence Award at the Le Salon in Paris. He was an artist who was active at home and abroad. The museum exhibits about 50 pieces of his artwork which is a part of his collection.

Recommended point

One can enjoy the world of color in the relocated building of an old Kitayama type house on the banks of Miyama River.

Business time9:00~16:30
HolidayWednesday
TEL0771-77-0330(Sightseeing Farm EwaLand)
Admission feeAdults:\500/students in high school and under:\300
Parking lotAvailable
WiFi Available
Credit cardDon't Accept
OthersIt’s located inside the complex of Sightseeing Farm EwaLand.

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