Hiroki Oda Museum of Art


This beautiful art museum in red and white is located on the top of a hill surrounded by greenery. This is the only museum featuring permanent exhibits of the works of Hiroki Oda.

This art museum holds a permanent exhibit of the works of Hiroki Oda (1914 to 2012), an artist native to the area, who was a leading figure in the world of western style  painting in Japan. Visitors will learn of the artist’s versatility by viewing the galleries arranged in chronological order and the works using various different media.
Other exhibits include a special exhibit in summer, a traveling prefectural exhibit in fall, and a collection exhibit in the springtime. No matter when or how many times you visit, you will always make new discoveries and be soothed by the artwork.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 820-0502 福岡県嘉麻市上臼井767
Address 767 Kamiusui, Kama City, Fukuoka
Telephone Number 0948-62-5173
Contact Kama City Usui Kohiran Culture Building
Fax Number 0948-62-5171
Open 9:30am-5:30pm (last admission by 5:00pm)
Closed Mondays (or the following day when Monday falls on a holiday)
December 28 through January 4
*May also close some days for maintenance within the building (irregular)
Price Admission fee
・General admission: 330 yen (270 yen)
・High school and college students: 220 yen (180 yen)
・Elementary and junior high school students: 110 yen (80 yen)
* Numbers in parentheses are rates for groups of 20 or more people.
*Admission fee is waived for high school students and younger on Saturdays.
*Admission fee is waived for visitors aged 65 years and over.
Car Park 30 spaces
Access ・About 10 minutes by car from JR Keisen Station
・About 5 minutes walk from the Nishitetsu Bus Kama Shiyakusho-mae bus stop.
Website https://odabi.libweb.jp/

Cycling equipment

Bicycle stands 1 space
Loan of pumps for sports bikes None
Loan of bicycle tools None
Toilets Yes
Drinking water (tap water, etc.) Tap water provided
Tourist brochures, cycling maps, etc. None

*Information on facilities is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information.


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