Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) was a talented Japanese-American sculptor of his time. The museum was his studio, originally a sake brewery facility, and now contains his bronze and stone artworks. He also has a museum in New York, but his tomb was situated in this museum in Kagawa Prefecture.
The museum is also near the beautiful garden of Ritsurin-koen.
The museum can be reached via 10 minute taxi ride from JR Yashima or Kotoden Yashima Stations.
Alternatively, you can ride a bus from Takamatsu Station in Kotoden Bus line number 73 bound for Aji Onsen. Alight at Inori Iwa Yoichi Koen-mae. The museum is 5-10 minute walk from the bus stop.
Guided tours are available by reservation, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10 am, 1pm, and 3pm. Admission fee is 2,100 yen, High school students: ¥ 1,080, Junior high students and children under 15 is free.
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