Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum
A gallery with both permanent and special exhibitions. The permanent collection boasts photography of still-life and nudes by Katsuji...
Yamaguchi Furusato Heritage Centre
The ground floor of the 1886 sake merchant building (the Manabi-kan; まなび館) has a small display of local crafts, including some Ōuchi...
Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Museum
This interesting gallery focuses on art of the region, with three rooms showing work from their varied permanent collection, leafy...
A cosy atmosphere prevails in this low-ceilinged little eatery, where customers perch on wooden stools sipping coffee. The speciality on...
North of the town centre is Kōzan Park, where the five-storey pagoda of Rurikō-ji (瑠璃光寺), a National Treasure dating from 1404, is picturesquely situated beside a small lake. A small onsite museum displays miniatures of the 50-plus other five-storey pagodas in Japan. The park is also the site of the Tōshun-ji (洞春寺) and the graves of the Mōri lords.