Komorokougen Museum,Shiratori Eisetsu Museum Shiritsu Komorokogen bijutsukan Shiratori Eisetsu Kan
It is a museum with a hexagonal tower on the summit of Mt. Iizuna, northwest of Komoro City, and is in a great position with a great view.The collection includes works by Eisetsu Shiratori, a member of the Japan Art Academy, and works of watercolor paintings related to Komoro Gijuku, including Maruyama Banka.
In addition, the Nagano Prefectural Animal Protection Center "Hello Animal" is connected to the ground, and the west is connected to Iizunayama Park (Fujimi Castle Ruins), making it an ideal tourist destination.
|Name of facility||Komorokougen Museum,Shiratori Eisetsu Museum Shiritsu Komorokogen bijutsukan Shiratori Eisetsu Kan|
|Address||〒384-0041Komoro City Oaza Hishidaira 2805-1|
|Museum Hours of Operation||9:00~17:00|
|Museum Holidays||Monday, the day after national holidays, New Year holidays|
|Museum Admissions Fee||General (high school students and above) 500 yen, elementary and junior high school students 250 yen, group discount for 30 or more people (general 400 yen, elementary and junior high school students 200 yen)|
|Parking Lot||Normal 70 units, large 5 units (free)|