The Hiroshige Museum of Art, Ena opened in September 2001 with the goal of exhibiting, collecting, and storing ukiyo-e woodblock art pieces – especially the pieces created by famous Edo-period printer Hiroshige Utagawa (1797-1858).
The museum houses around 500 woodblock prints and is especially known for the “Kisokaido Rokujukyu-tsugi Nouchi” collection by Hiroshige Utagawa that were donated by local collector Haruo Tanaka.
After viewing the exhibits, learn about the process in which ukiyo-e are created and try your hand at making some yourself!
- Life & Culture
176-1 Oicho, Ena, Gifu
By Foot: 5 minutes from Ena Station
9:30 am – 5:00 pm
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Mondays (except national holidays), days following national holidays, and year-end and New Year holidays
Adults: Exhibits ¥510 / Special Exhibits ¥820, Age 18 and under: Free