Saku City Kawamura Gozo Memorial HallSakushikawamuragozokinenkan
A memorial hall to honor Gozo Kawamura (1884-1950), a sculptor from Saku City (formerly Usuda Town).He was active as a monument writer in the United States, and was called "Ushi no Gozo" because he created an ideal dairy cow statue (the first true type).After returning to Japan, he was invited as the chief art adviser to Yokosuka Base, and is also known for producing busts of Marshal MacArthur and others.It opened in March 2 in a park adjacent to Tatsuoka Castle Goryokaku, which is a Western-style castle with only two star-shaped ridges in Japan.
|Name of facility||Saku City Kawamura Gozo Memorial HallSakushikawamuragozokinenkan|
|Address||〒384-0412Saku City Taguchi 3112|
|Museum Hours of Operation||9: 00-17: 00 (Multipurpose room can be used from 9: 00-21: 00)|
|Museum Holidays||There are temporary closures such as Mondays and Tuesdays (open on public holidays), year-end and New Year holidays, and exhibition changes.|
|Museum Admissions Fee||300 yen for general, 200 yen for high and university students, 100 yen for elementary and junior high school students, group discount for 20 or more students (250 yen for general, 150 yen for high and university students, 50 yen for elementary and junior high school students) Exhibition is extra charge|
|Parking Lot||Normal 20 units, large 5 units (free)|