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Ijinkan

Uroko House and Uroko Museum

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Facility introduction

It is the first ijin-kan opened to the public and a national designated registered cultural property.

The name Uroko House came from the fact that approximately 3000 natural stone slate which covers building’s exterior wall resembles fish scales and it has been familiar by the name.

Inside of the house, in addition to antique furniture and figurines, the luxurious ceramics used by the European royal family are shining brightly.

The adjacent Uroko Museum is a treasure house of pantings.

Mainly modern and contemporary paintings of Europe and Russia are collected. Fine works of well-known painters such as Matisse, Utrillo, Kisling, Buffet, Troyon and Wyeth.

On the third floor, unique watercolor paintings by a Yasui award writer, Masaru Horie from Kobe are exclusively displayed.

It is also popular as an observatory since you can enjoy the whole view of the city of Kobe from there.

Facility details

Address 2-20-4 Kitano-cho, Chuo-ku, Kobe-shi 6500002
TEL 0120-888-581
FAX 078-241-5537
URL http://kobe-ijinkan.net/
Genre 公開異人館
Admission fee ¥1,050-
Opening hours April – September 9:30am -6 pm
October-March 9:30am-5pm
Regular holiday open year round

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