Saku City Kamakura Carving Memorial HallSakushika Makraborikinenkan
In September 1986 (Showa 61), a memorial hall was built and donated in the former Usuda-cho to commemorate the 9th year since the local Kamakura sculpture traditional craftsman, Mt. Approximately 50 works by Midori Kiuchi are displayed on a seasonal basis.
|Name of facility||Saku City Kamakura Carving Memorial HallSakushika Makraborikinenkan|
|Address||〒384-03038-6 Shimootagiri, Saku City|
|Museum Hours of Operation||9:00~17:00|
|Museum Holidays||Mondays (open on holidays), the following day on holidays (open on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays), and New Year's holidays (December 12 to January 29)|
|Museum Admissions Fee||General (high school students and above) 100 yen, elementary and junior high school students 50 yen, group discount for more than 20 people|
|Parking Lot||Normal 3 cars (free)|