新宮観光協会

Former Nishimura Residence

Important Cultural Property Architecture that symbolizes cutting edge Taisho/Showa fashion

This residence was designed by Nishimura Isaku, the founder of the Bunka Gakuin school, who aimed to improve the Japanese lifestyle in the Taisho/Showa era. It was completed in 1914, and was the place where cultured people and other intellectuals gathered. Many works by Isaku, such as oil paintings, furniture and ceramics, are displayed in the hall.

Appearance (Garden side)

Dining room

Living room

Add Shingu 7657, Shingu City [Google Maps]
Tel 0735-22-6570
Open 9:00~17:00
Regular holiday Mondays (if Monday is holiday, then the next day)
Parking Lot Available; free
Price Adult 220yen, Child 110yen
Access 7 minutes on foot from JR Shingu Station.