Tomihiro Art Museum Roadside Station
Tomihiro Art Museum Roadside Station
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Tomihiro Art Museum Roadside Station


Last updated: March 14, 2021

Appreciate pictures of gentle plants painted by a brush in a mouth

This art museum provides a place to view the paintings of Tomihiro Hoshino. He was born in Gunma in 1946. He worked as a teacher until he lost the use of his arms and legs in an unexpected accident. However, he learned to paint watercolor pictures of plants, not with his hands but by holding the brush in his mouth. He also included pleasant and sometimes powerful poems along with the paintings. You can feel the courage and joy to live in his work.

Basic Information


86 Kusaki, Azumacho, Midori ( Map)


About 10 minutes by bus from Godo Station

About 55 minutes by car from Ota-Yabuzuka IC of Kita-Kanto Expressway


Free, 150 cars


9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Wednesdays (December to March, excluding holidays), New Year's holidays


510 yen (310 yen for children)

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