A special event taking place at the Paramita Museum in Mie looks at works from the Japanese artist Suda Kokuta, 30 years after his passing. Saitama-born Suda was known for his paintings and calligraphy, and his artistic style shifted throughout his career from a figurative style to more abstract works. The event will showcase 57 of Suda's unique paintings, alongside a range of books and other original illustrations to appreciate.
Adult admission to the event is priced at 1000 yen.
Via Public Transport:
Mie's Paramita Museum is located five minutes on foot from Obane-en Station, served by the Yunoyama Line on the privately-operated Kintetsu Railway.
Via Private Vehicle:
For those who plan to drive to the venue, it is located around 6.5 kilometers from the Higashi Meihan expressway's Yokkaichi Interchange, or around 4 kilometers from the Meishin Expressway's Komono Interchange. Free parking is available on site for up to 100 vehicles.
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