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This concert hall is located in the Toyota Sangohkan, part of an urban redevelopment project. This is a classical music hall designed with a structure that takes into mind both the players and audience. The warm space features wood and stone accents and employs a “shoebox” style for the best acoustics. The large pipe organ at the front of the hall is constructed based on the Northern German baroque style and acts as a symbol for the ...
|Opening days / hours :||9:00AM-9:30 PM|
|Holidays :||Mondays, year-end/New Year|
A Noh theater in the Toyota Sangohkan urban redevelopment building. Featuring a Kirizuma-style roof and a stage of hinoki wood, or Japanese cypress, it draws visitors into the world of Japan's traditional arts. A true Noh stage patterned after those in the Momoyama period in the late 16th century when Noh thrived, it hosts children's events and interpretive lectures in addition to Noh and kyogen performances. Visitors can also enjoy ...
|Opening days / hours :||9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.|
|Holidays :||Mondays / end of December and early January|
This museum on the site of an old castle has views across Toyota. This is the site of the former Koromo Castle of Koromo Domain. The museum itself is like a work of art, with works installed even outside, creating a contiguous artscape. The bright building features a white motif and lets you relax in comfort. The collections include a wide range of works from Japan and overseas that span the modern era to contemporary work. The adjac...
|Opening days / hours :||10:00 AM-5:30 PM (last admission at 5:00 PM)|
|Holidays :||Monday (except public holidays)|
An intangible folk cultural property designated by the prefecture, the bonote is a martial art that is consecrated at a shrine festival. Here you will find a range of exhibits and materials describing it in detail. The Toyota region is home to many different variants of bonote. The exhibits go into detail about its origin, schools, and the implements used.
|Opening days / hours :||9:00AM-9:00 PM (Toyota Bonote Kaikan Permanent Exhibit room hours: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM)|
|Holidays :||Every Monday (except where Monday is a holiday), and January 1-4 and December 28-31|