On display at the Ishibashi Museum of Art is “The Ishibashi Collection”, which is said to be one of the best in Japan. The quality and number of works is comparable to western impressionist exhibits on display at its sister-museum, the Bridgestone Museum of Art. The Ishibashi Museum of Art has on display the masterpieces of artists from Kyushu whom are unforgettable in the history of modern Japanese painting, namely Aoki Shigeru, Sakamoto Hanjiro, and Koga Harue, all from Kurume City.
The annex displays calligraphy and pottery to coincide with the season and theme.
*About the Museum: Area - 67,750 square meters (about 222,276 square feet)
*Accessibility: Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms; wheelchair rental; wheelchair ramp; elevator; changing table.
*Assistance availabile to persons using wheelchairs with advanced notice.
*Discounts available for persons with disabilities (on presentation of physical disability certification) and senior citizens (limited to citizens of Kurume City on presentation of certification).
|Address||839-0862 1015 Nonaka-machi, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka|
|Mondays (Tuesday in the event of a holiday); New Year’s Holiday; one week before and after special exhibitions.|
|Access||By bus - Take a Nishitetsu bus from JR Kurume Station and get off at the Bunka Center Mae stop
By car - A 5 minute drive from the Kurume Interchange off the Kyushu Expressway
|Genre||Museums and Resource Centers (History and Culture) Cultural Facilities (History and Culture)|
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