Tazaki Museum of ArtTasaki Bijutsukan
A permanent exhibit of the work of the late painter of the Order of Culture, the late Kosuke Tazaki. His works, including his hometown of Mt. Aso, Mt. Asama and Mt. Fuji, have been left behind in paintings, and his paintings throughout the life of Tazaki, also known as mountain painters, have been fully exhibited. The building was designed by Hiroshi Hara and received the 1986 Architectural Institute of Japan Award for its unique design that incorporates Karuizawa's nature, including cumulonimbus roofs, trees and sunlight motifs.
|Name of facility||Tazaki Museum of ArtTasaki Bijutsukan|
|Address||〒389-0111Karuizawa Town, Kitasaku-gun 2141-279 Sengataki Royal Prince Street|
|Museum Hours of Operation||From 10:00 to 17:00, from 10:30 to 16:30 (after October)|
|Museum Holidays||Wednesday, winter (November to April), closed temporarily (confirmation required)|
|Museum Admissions Fee||General 900 yen, group discount for 30 or more people (100 yen discount), student discount (high school / college student 700 yen, elementary / junior high school student 400 yen), disabled person discount (half price)|
|Parking Lot||20 cars (large bus available, free)|