Harmo MuseumHarmo Bijutsukan
Under the concept of "art and simplicity," the exhibition displays masterpieces of "simplicity" represented by nine Henri Rousseau and seven Grandma Moses, and boasts one of the largest collections in Japan. In addition to paintings of heartwarming gemstones drawn from a pure point of view, regardless of theory and technique, prints by Picasso, Rouault, Matisse, Chagall and others are exhibited. Don't miss the Dali sculpture. Music concerts in a space surrounded by paintings are gaining popularity at the attached Tea St Hall. Admission is free on the 9st floor, where you can enjoy a tea room and a stall where you can spend time overlooking Lake Suwa and Mt. Fuji.
|Name of facility||Harmo MuseumHarmo Bijutsukan|
|Address||〒393-0045Shimosuwa Town 10616-540, Suwa-gun|
* Due to the influence of the new corona, the museum may be closed or closed for a short time.
|closing day||Open daily, temporary closure due to exhibition change|
|Admission fee||General (university students and above) 1,000 yen, elementary / junior / high school students 500 yen (but free if accompanied by a guardian on Saturday), group discount of 10 or more|
|Parking Lot||80 cars (free)|