Binen Yumeromu Museum

Travel Guide - Binen Yumeromu Museum

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Binen Yumeromu Museum exhibits paintings and wood carvings created by a local artist Mineshi Itaya.
The art works produced by bold composition and delicate craftsmanship, combined with the beauty of the 130 years old Gassho style house, which adds to the quirky atmosphere.
In 2010, the Gassho style house was renovated for the first time in 40 years.
The museum also exhibits the over 800 years old sacred tree.

Opening Hours

  • 10:00 - 16:00

Closed

  • Irregular

Access / Public Transport

  • 50 minutes from JR Takayama Station by the bus bound for Shirakawa-go / Kanazawa. Get off at Shirakawa-go Bus stop.

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