The Sato Sakura Museum specializes in contemporary Nihonga – paintings executed with traditional Japanese subjects, techniques and materials. The museum holds several different exhibitions each year. It also displays a rotating selection from its collection, many of which are larger screen paintings of cherry blossoms. Despite the traditional feel and subject matter, most of the paintings were painted in the last few years, the very oldest being from 1970.
360 years in business About Matsuzakaya Honten, a Hakone Ashinoyu Onsen Founded in 1662 and depicted in Hiroshige Utagawa's ukiyoe woodblock prints, Matsuzakaya Honten has been a long-established onsen inn since the Edo period. The inn has been visited by many...