A special exhibition taking place at the Kobe Fashion Museum in Hyogo looks into the works of Yoshio Yoshimura (1950 - 2013), who was revered for his pencil drawings. The pieces on display at the event will be divided into three sections: "Everyday Life Scenes", "A Forest of Self-Portraits", and "Myriad of Blossoming Flowers".
The "Myriad of Blossoming Flowers" section is home to some of Yoshimura's most renowned works, including pieces depicting Japanese wisteria and cosmos.
Adult admission to the event is priced at 1000 yen.
The Kobe Fashion Museum is located approximately 10 minutes drive from either the Maya or Uozaki exits of the Hanshin Expressway. Paid parking is available at the Kobe Fashion Plaza parking lot, which is located on the basement floor of the museum.
For those visiting via public transport, the venue is just a minute on foot from the Island Center Station, served by the Rokko Island Line.
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