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Come and see the White Sand and Stone Monochrome World

at Omiya Bonsai Art Museum

At the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum in Saitama City, we have various exhibitions throughout the year.
Until September 6th, we displayed stones in trays, then we pulled white sand and exhibited

a the traditional art "Bonsei" exhibition of Japanese traditional art expressing the mountain scenery

 (scenery reminiscent of natural mountains and rivers).
Visitors enjoyed the cool scenery of white sand and stone monochrome.
Please check HP and our Facebook and come to Omiya, the sacred place of the Japanese bonsai tree.

 

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Admission Fee

General: ¥300 (¥200)
High school student/65 years old and over: ¥150 (¥100) / Elementary and junior high school students: ¥100 (¥50)
* People who have a handicapped person's passbook and one companion may be admitted at half price
* () in parentheses is the rate for people in groups of 20 or more

Opening

(March - October): 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM *Admission until 4:00 PM
(November - February) 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM *Admission until 3:30 PM

Closed

Thursday (open in the case of a holiday)
Year-end and New Year holidays, other temporary closed days

Address

2-24-3 Toro-cho, Kita-ku,Saitama-shi

Map

Google Map

Access

 Public Transport

・5 minutes on foot from JR Toro Station

 ・10 minutes on foot from Omiya-koen Station on the Tobu Urban Park Line

Car

・6 km from Shintoshin Nishi Exit on the Metropolitan Expressway Saitama Shintoshin Route.

・9 km from Iwatsuki Exit Tohoku Expressway. 

Official site

http://www.bonsai-art-museum.jp/

CHOKOTABI

https://www.pref.saitama.lg.jp/chokotabi-saitama/eng/spot/sp33.html