The Itchiku Kubota Art Museum, Japan

After gaining international recognition, Itchiku Kubota opened his museum in Kawaguchi-ko, Japan in 1994.

View from the Itchiku Kubota Art Museum in the fall

Located near Lake Kawaguchi, with a panoramic view of Itchiku’s beloved Mount Fuji, the museum permanently showcases some of his artistic creations and invites visitors to discover the artist who created them.

Inside the Museum, view of the permanent exhibition room

Exploring these Gaudi inspired buildings, visitors discover the heart and soul of Itchiku Kubota and share his passion for primitive arts and crafts in a peaceful shrine of Nature created by the artist’s vision.

Entrance to the Itchiku Kubota Art Museum

On site, enjoy the beautiful garden surrounding the Museum and end the wonderful kimono experience with a traditional Japanese tea break in Itchiku Kubota’s former workshop.