Shimada Museum of Art
Exhibits Kiyomasa's crown and other personal items.
On the grounds of this sprawling hillside temple complex northwest of the castle, 176 steps lined with hundreds of lanterns lead to the...
Former Hosokawa Gyōbutei
North of the castle, down paths of immaculately raked gravel, is the large villa and garden built for the Hosokawa clan. Inside are...
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Shimada Museum of Art information
Through the winding backstreets south of Honmyō-ji (about 20 minutes on foot), this quiet museum displays the calligraphy and scrolls of Miyamoto Musashi (1584–1645), samurai, artist and strategist. Current artists' work is on display in adjoining galleries. There's also a cafe at the museum if you're feeling peckish.