Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art

An art museum dedicated to the tea ceremony, adjacent to the historic Hannya-en restaurant once attended by Emperor Meiji. Closed Mondays.

Access

  • A 5-minute drive from the hotel.

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