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Atami Tourism Association
May. 5, 2024
In the summer of 2024, the MOA Museum of Art will hold a special exhibition "Pokemon × Crafts Exhibition: The Great Discovery of Beauty and Works"! If you let Pokemon and crafts meet head-on, what kind of "gagging reaction" will occur? This question was seriously challenged by 20 artists, ranging from human national treasures to young people. A work that evokes the appearance of Pokémon, gestures, and signs. A work that traces the memories of the game, such as evolution, communication, travel stages, and highly effective moves. And Pokemon who are lured into stylish outfits such as vessels, kimonos, and obidome that color their days. What is the encounter with the work that awaits you at the venue? Excited, mesmerized, grinning or chilling? Enjoy the discovery of beauty and work amplified by multiplication power. Exhibition name: Pokemon × Crafts Exhibition: The Great Discovery of Beauty and Practice Venue: MOA Museum of Art Date: July 6 (Sat) ~ September 9 (Mon), 2024 For smooth entry and comfortable Appreciation, please purchase a timed ticket. (Same-day tickets are available) When it is crowded, priority will be given to those who have a timed ticket. Same-day ticket holders may be required to wait at the entrance. * Free admission, such as junior high school students and younger, members of the Association of Friends, those with a disability certificate (up to 2 accompanying persons), and those with an invitation postcard, can enter without specifying the date and time. * If you are coming in a group of 10 or more, you need to make a reservation in advance. Please apply in advance to the MOA Museum of Art (Phone 0557-84-2511). Ⓒ2024 Pokémon. Ⓒ1995-2024 Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK inc. TM, Ⓡ, and character names are trademarks of Nintendo. (C) 吉田泰一郎写真 斎城卓 *For details, please check the museum's official page.
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Nishiokoppe, Hokkaido
Apr. 21, 2024
【Spring Window Art in Kamu】 On Saturday, April 13, at the Roadside Station Hanamu We held an event to Painting Event on the window! This time, I asked a painting professional I asked them to create a coloring space in some of the windows. First of all, visit the flower park before it opens Crocuses that have begun to bloom or They would have dug a tunnel in the snow to advance Observe the tracks of the mouse's walk. On the stones that surround the flower area It is soothing to see the children walking in a row. This time, let's draw a picture on the theme of "flowers and animals"! That Since it was a plan, the snow melted After seeing the flowers that are actually blooming I was glad that I was able to draw a picture. The more the windows are colored, the more the cheerfulness of spring It seemed to be filled with Kamu dreams. It was a short event of 1 hour. Thank you to everyone who participated! The paintings are on display until mid-May. May 3 (Fri) ~ 5 (Sun) Kamu market will also be held. Please stop by Kamu! #Nishiokoppe Village #Hokkaido #Window art #Drawing #Drawing on the window #Crayon #Coloring book #Flower Park #Kamu #Roadside Station #Markets will be held on May 3 (Fri) ~ 5 (Sun)
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Nishiokoppe, Hokkaido
Mar. 27, 2024
[Let's draw a picture on the window to bring in spring] The number of days when the maximum temperature exceeds 0°C is gradually increasing. Nishiokoppe's Roadside Station at Kamu (Cam) Implementation of a drawing event will be held in April! This year's theme is "Flowers and Animals". We are looking for children to draw pictures with us! Please feel free to contact us. Date & Time: Saturday, April 13, 2024 10:00~11:00 Eligibility: Junior high school students and younger (capacity is about 20 people) Admission: Free Inquiry: 0158-85-7125 Application deadline: Friday, April 5 by 5 p.m. We also have delicious gifts for you. Fun! #Nishiokoppe Village #Roadside Station #Kamu #Painting #Window art #Flowers and animals #Calling Spring #Small children are welcome
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 18, 2024
Koshiro Toda Picture Book Museum Picture book museum with the theme of "coexistence with nature" Nestled in a quiet villa area in Atami City, the Koshiro Toda Picture Book Museum is based on the theme of "coexistence with nature," and Koshiro Toda, a well-known picture book author, designed everything from buildings to gardens to express the world view of picture books. There are many works on display, including original drawings of picture books that Mr. Toda has drawn so far, educational picture books, creative picture books, and picture books that have been adapted from masterpieces such as Osamu Dazai's "Run Melos". You can spend a relaxing time looking at the picture books on the lawn, enjoying the sounds of birds and the scenery of the four seasons. The attached café also offers spectacular views of the sea and mountains. It is a place where the nature of Atami and the thoughts of "Todakoshiro" have become one. Address: 〒413-0101 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Kamitaga 1055-30 Nature Village Phone number: 0557-67-1107 Access: About 20~30 minutes by taxi from JR Atami Station *Please note that there is no taxi waiting at JR Izutaga Station. Business hours: 10:00~16:30 (Admission until 16:00) Closed: Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday *Open on public holidays (open all year during the year-end and New Year holidays, Golden Week, and summer) Price: 800 yen for adults, 400 yen for elementary school students and younger, free for children under 3 years old Parking: 10 cars (free)
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 18, 2024
Atami Yamaguchi Museum of Art The Atami Yamaguchi Museum of Art opened in Atami City in December 2020. It has a large collection of works by famous artists such as Renoir, Picasso, and Taro Okamoto. In addition to allowing customers to enter the museum, various initiatives are being made. ・ 1 drink included in the admission fee (you can choose matcha in the vessel of a human national treasure artist) ・ Mug painting experience is included in the admission fee (you can take it home in about 10 minutes) ・ Photography is OK (only flash NG) ・ There are works that you can actually touch (works by Taro Okamoto, etc.) ・ Two Buddha statues of nationally designated important cultural properties are on display. Address: 〒413-0014 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Nagisa-cho 24-1 Phone number: 0557-27-2411 Access: About 10 minutes by bus bound for Atami Port from JR Atami Station→ get off at "Shinsui Park" → 3 minutes on foot Business hours: 10:00~16:30 (Last reception 16:00) Open open all year Admission: 1400 yen for adults, 1200 yen for high school and university students, 500 yen for junior high school students and younger (with drinks, free for preschoolers) Parking / None (Use of nearby paid P)
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 16, 2024
Masahiro Sawada Memorial Museum of Art It is a museum that collects representative works of Masahiro Sawada, a recipient of the Order of Culture from Atami, and exhibits works of art that span all fields such as paintings, inks, ceramics, prints, and calligraphy, as well as many wood carvings. It is popular that if you hold hands under the stained glass "Hiten" on the ceiling of the entrance, you will be happy forever. The "flying sky" reflected in the red granite floor is also beautiful, and you can enjoy the stained glass both overhead and underfoot. ●Masahiro Sawada(1894~1988) Real name, Torayoshi. Recipient of the Order of Culture, Honorary Citizen of Atami City. Growing up on the seaside of Atami, he aspired to become a sculptor at the age of 19 and studied under Yamamoto Zuun, a younger brother of Koun Takamura. Until his death at the age of 93, he created many wood carvings, paintings, ceramics, prints, calligraphy, and other works of art in a variety of artistic fields. His works, which are powerful, full of life and poetry, speak a lot of romance to people's hearts. Address: 〒413-0032 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Ume Plum Sono-cho 9-46 (next to Atami Ume Plum Garden) Phone number: 0557-81-9211 Access: From JR Atami Station, take a bus bound for Ainohara for about 15 minutes → get off at the Sawada Memorial Museum of Art. Business hours/9:00~16:30 Closed on Mondays (open on public holidays) Price: Adults 380 yen (250 yen for groups), junior high and high school students 250 yen (120 yen for groups), elementary school students and younger free Parking lot / 10 cars (free) * Parking is not possible during the Ume Plum Festival
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 16, 2024
Atami Gigi Kenban 【Dance of Flowers in Yumemachi】 A place where geisha practice rigorously, geigi kenban. The current building was completed in 1954 (Showa 29)). It was a magnificent building at the time, and it was said to be the best geisha union in the Tokai. Currently, this is the venue for the "Yumemachi no Dori Flower Dance" every Saturday and Sunday. Please enjoy professional dances that you can not usually see. It is the beauty of the way the kimono is dressed, the way it behaves, and the sighs. Address: 〒413-0015 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Chuo-cho 17-13 (along Hatsukawa) Phone number: 0557-81-3575 (Atami Gigi Kenban) Access: From JR Atami Station, take a bus bound for Momijigaoka for about 10 minutes →Shimizu Town get off Date & Time: Every Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. ~ (about 30 minutes) 1 performance only Price: 2500 yen (tax included) * Free for elementary school students and younger Parking/None (there is a municipal toll P nearby) * Reservation priority * For rehearsal tours other than Saturdays and Sundays, please contact us. * There is a temporary cancellation
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 16, 2024
Former Hyuga Family Atami Bettei (Former Hyuga Bettei) Toshibei Hyuga, who was active in Asian trade, completed the construction in 1936 (Showa 11) as a separate residence. The design of the wooden two-story main house is by Hitoshi Watanabe, who is known for his designs for Wako in Ginza, Tokyo, the Tokyo National Museum in Ueno, Tokyo, and the Aichi Prefectural Office. The basement was designed by Bruno Taut, a world-renowned German architect, and is the only surviving architectural work left by Taut in Japan. It consists of three rooms: a social room with plenty of bamboo and paulownia, a Western-style room with a staircase as part of the room, and a Japanese-style room, and is designed with the beauty of Japanese style such as Katsura Imperial Palace and Ise Jingu Shrine in mind. After Mr. Hyuga's death, it was carefully used as a recreation center for a private company, but in 2004 (Heisei 16), when it was facing the danger of demolition, it was acquired by Atami City with a donation from a philanthropist living in Tokyo. In 2006, it was designated as an important cultural property of Japan. More than 80 years have passed since its completion, and there has been an urgent need for repair projects to improve damage and earthquake resistance due to deterioration over time, and a large-scale conservation and repair project was carried out from FY2018 (Heisei 30) to FY2021 (Reiwa 3). In August 2022, it was reopened to the public with as much preservation and reproduction as possible of the condition it was in at the time of construction. * The tour is a complete advance reservation system (online reservation only). For details and reservations, please check the Atami City Office website. Address: 〒413-0005 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Kasuga-cho 8-37 Phone number: 0557-86-6232 (Cultural Exchange Office, Lifelong Learning Division, Atami City: Weekdays only) Access: About 10 minutes on foot from JR Atami Station Open: Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 9:00~17:00 shift system *Online reservation required Price: 1,000 yen for adults, 700 yen for junior high and high school students Parking/None
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 15, 2024
Masuo Ikeda & Yoko Sato House of Creation The late multi-artist Masuo Ikeda, who had a wide range of talents such as printmaking, painting, and film, spent his time with world-renowned violinist Yoko Sato as a residence and atelier from 1982 (Showa 57 (Showa 57)) until his death in 1997 (Heisei 9)). In this house, where the two so-called geniuses lived together and served as a base for their artistic activities, the autograph manuscript, chronology, photographs, lithographs, ceramic plates, etc. of Mr. Ikeda's Akutagawa Prize-winning work "Dedicated to the Aegean Sea" are on display, as well as Mr. Sato's stage dresses, sheet music, chronology, and photographs. Get a glimpse of their glamorous and unpretentious daily lives. Address: 〒413-0003 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Kaikocho 10-24 Phone number: 0557-81-3258 (House of Creation) Access: About 15 minutes on foot from JR Atami Station / About 3 minutes by bus from JR Atami Station to Izuyama Shrine→ Get off at Momoyama → about 3 minutes on foot Business hours: 9:00~16:30 (Admission until 16:00) Closed: Every Tuesday (open on public holidays), year-end and New Year holidays Price: 360 yen for adults, 240 yen for junior high and high school students, free for elementary school students and younger * Admission is not allowed only for elementary school students and younger. Parking/None
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 14, 2024
Atami Castle Atami Trick Art Labyrinth Museum Atami Castle towers over the summit of Mt. Nishikigaura, a scenic spot in Atami. The Tenshukaku Observatory, where you can enjoy a 360-degree panorama, is the best viewing point in Atami where you can see not only the city of Atami City, but also Yugawara, the Manazuru Peninsula, Hatsushima and Oshima floating on a clear day, and the Izu Peninsula in the direction of Ajiro and Ito. In spring, it is known as a famous place for cherry blossoms, and in summer, you can watch the fireworks festival from the castle tower as if you were a prince. (Cherry Blossom Festival is late March ~ early April) In the castle, there is a samurai culture museum that exhibits armor and swords, a ukiyo-e shunga museum, an Edo experience where you can change into Edo costumes and take pictures, a jet foot bath 120m above sea level, a free game corner, etc., so there are plenty of highlights and fun! At the Atami Trick Art Labyrinth Museum, an annex of Atami Castle, you can enjoy a very mysterious trick art where you can feel the three-dimensional two-dimensional paintings. About 40 pieces of various trick art such as sea creatures, dinosaurs, beasts of prey, and jaws are on display. Not only to look at the art, but also to take interesting pictures, experience the illusion of being a giant or a dwarf, see, touch, shoot, and have a great time! Lose track of time and get carried away with tricks. It is a place where you can have an exciting experience with your family, friends, and couples, no matter who you come with. Address: 〒413-0033 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Sogayama 1993 Phone number: 0557-81-6206 (Atami Castle) Access/ ■About 10 minutes by car from JR Atami Station ■ From JR Atami Station, take the bus to Atami Port and Korakuen for about 10 minutes, get off at Korakuen Garden→ take the Atami Ropeway Use about 3 minutes→ walk from Summit Station, and walk for about 3 minutes. ■ From JR Atami Station, take the Yu~Yu~ bus for about 15 minutes →Atami Castle get off Business hours: 9:00~17:00 (Admission until 16:30) Open open all year Facility fee: 1100 yen for adults, 600 yen for elementary and junior high school students, 450 yen for 3~6 years old (2-facility set ticket / 1800 yen for adults, 950 yen for elementary and junior high school students, 700 yen for 3~6 years old) Parking fee for 100 cars: 500 yen (1 time)
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 13, 2024
MOA美術館 MOA MUSEUM OF ART Atami's leading museum boasts a collection of approximately 3,500 items, including 3 national treasures, 67 important cultural properties, and 46 important works of art, focusing on paintings, calligraphy, and crafts of Oriental art. The national treasure "Red and White Plum Blossoms Folding Screen" (* open for a limited time), which is considered to be Ogata Korin's masterpiece, is a particularly famous work, and there are many fans who wait for its release every February to coincide with the Ume Plum season. The museum is built on a hill in Atami, which covers 70,000 tsubo, and you can see beautiful views of Izu Oshima and Hatsushima from the main lobby and Mua Square in the museum. The facility is also equipped with a garden that shows different appearances in all four seasons, such as cherry blossoms and azaleas in spring, fresh greenery in early summer, and autumn leaves in autumn. Please spend a relaxing time in a resort atmosphere while enjoying art and nature. Address: 〒413-0006 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Momoyama-cho 26-2 Phone number: 0557-84-2511 Access: From JR Atami Station, take a bus bound for the MOA Museum of Art for about 10 minutes → get off at the last stop, MOA Business hours: 9:30~16:30 (Admission until 16:00) Closed / Every Thursday, exhibition replacement day * There is a special opening day Price: 1600 yen for adults, 1000 yen for university and high school students, free for elementary and junior high school students, 1400 yen for seniors, 800 yen for people with disabilities Parking for 200 cars (free)
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