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Homma Museum of Art ほんまびじゅつかん
This villa was completed thanks to the salvation project for working people’s happiness by Kodo, the 4th generation of Homma Family in 1813 and is now one of the prominent Japanese gardens. Opened as Homma Museum of Art in 1947, this museum has exhibited fine arts such as antiquarian books, antiques, and paintings.

[Visit around for Hina Dolls in the port town of Sakata: Sakata Hina Way]

Event Name: Hina-Matsuri Koten Ningyo-ten [Doll’s festival classic doll exhibition]
Display Period: February 25 (Sat) – April 3 (Mon)
Hours: 9:00-16:30 (starting from April, closes at 17:00)
Closed Day: No fixed holiday during the Display Period
Admission    Adult: 900 yen
       Student: 400 yen, primary and secondary student: free
       Group discount available for a group of 20 or more people: 810 yen
       ※Combination ticket with Homma-ke Kyuhontei is also available for 1,400 yen
We offer commentary on exhibits when asked
Information
  • Name Homma Museum of Art
  • Location 7-7 Onaricho, Sakata-shi
  • Phone number 0234-24-4311
  • FAX number 0234-24-4312
  • Admission Adult 900 yen (810 yen)
    College and high school student 400 yen (350 yen)
    ※() is applied for a group of 20 or more people
  • Access From Sakata Station: 3 min on foot
  • Parking lot Available
    30 lots for car and 10 lots for bus
  • Contact information Homma Museum of Art
  • URL http://www.homma-museum.or.jp/
  • Remarks Combination ticket with Ken Domon Museum of Photography and Sakata City Museum of Art (1,610 yen) is available and good for one year. (one admission per facility)
    Combination ticket with Homma-ke Kyuhontei is also available for 1,400 yen
  • Others Establishment Date: 1947
    (1947)
    Open to Public: As needed
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[Last updated] January 21, 2017
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