The transportation is fairly convenient. Tickets to the museum are expensive, but foreign tourists are halved, and the shuttle bus after JR gets off is free. In addition to the fine art works, this art gallery is more well-known for the design of the courtyard. It is really wonderful everywhere. The windows and doors are used as picture frames, and the gardens looking out are paintings. It is amazing! The art works in the museum are also very rich, mainly Japanese modern paintings, and there are many favorite works. Each season has a different scenery, and a new museum is still being built. The paintings on display will also change themes from time to time. It is a museum that can really be painted several times!
Adachi Museum of Art is located in Yasui City, Shimane Prefecture, Japan. It was established in 1970 by Adachi Tsunyasu, the legal person of the Industrial Group.
The art museum is based on the collection of works by modern artists, including as many as 130 works by Yokoyama Daikan. The art museum is famous for its Japanese gardens (see exhibit pictures).
The Osaka Shinkansen takes 45 minutes to Okayama, the Okayama limited express train takes 2 hours and 20 minutes to Yasuhara, and the Yasukawa shuttle bus takes 20 minutes to the Adachi Museum of Art. Such a toss is only for this courtyard.
The Anlai Adachi Museum of Art is really one of the best spots I feel when I go to Japan this time! So I can't help but come to review it again. First of all, this private art museum is very friendly to foreigners and is half price. In addition, because of his location, he is no longer in the city center, so they have a very convenient shuttle service at Anlai City Station and Yonago Station. This museum is so beautiful, it can be described by changing the scenery. He also has a lot of glass frames here. In fact, its design is that you can see a complete set of natural beauty in the frame through the glass frame. And with the changes of the four seasons, it presents a different beauty, which is really great.
Adachi Museum of Art is worthy of being the first courtyard in Japan. It fully embodies the essence of Japanese-style courtyards. They are hidden in the mountains and not easy to reach, but it is definitely worth a visit. It is definitely a worthwhile trip. Every photo is like a painting