It opened in 2013 at Kowakudani in Hakone. The exhibition area of approximately 5,000 cubic meters with five stories is the largest in Hakone.
Ceramics of Japan, China, South Korea, and modern Japanese paintings including Rinpa style etc. approximately 450 items are regularly displayed and special exhibitions are also held.
There is a café where you can have a foot bath while watching a large mural of the God of wind and the God of thunder, Japanese garden with seasonal scenery. A restaurant “Kaikatei” was refurbished early-Showa-period-building and a museum shop sells original items.
Admission: Adults & University students ¥2,800; Primary, Secondary, High school students ¥1,800
Opening hours: 9 am to 5 pm (Last admission 4:30 pm)
Closes: December 31 & January 1 (Closed occasionally for display renewal)
Address: 493-1 Kowakudani, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa 250-0406
T E L: 0460-87-3931
U R L: www.okada-museum.com