Because of the self-driving tour, I was on the way to Otaru from the north, and there was an interval, the time and location were all right. So came to visit specially. Surprised! This is a free park converted from old mines. Quiet, natural, artistic.
Arte Piazza introduces: "Arte Piazza" means "artistic square" in Italian. About 30,000 square meters including the surrounding forests have also been remodeled. The sculptures by Kan Yasuda, a world-class sculptor born in Bibai The works are set in open spaces or buildings. After the opening of the park, the park facilities and works of art continued to increase, and it has now become a spacious outdoor sculpture park with approximately 70,000 square meters.
It's a lot of stuff, it's arty, it's a little bit of appreciation,
Very good, refreshing feeling, I have to admire Little Japan in some places, putting aside national emotions
Check in! The fairy tale art gallery transformed from the school and your girlfriends leave the center of Mei Ge, the car can go to the art facility designed by Yasuda, who was born in Meibai, where you can enter for free. The school building that was originally a school has now become a warm building. The objects in the West Concourse of Sapporo Station are also built here. It is not only used as an art gallery, but there are also ponds and mountains outside. Walking past the yard, you can see a spacious lawn on the right. There are several large objects in the yard, which are in good harmony with the surrounding nature. The marble sculpture is special smooth. In the past, this was one of the few coal mine cities in Japan. Now it is a field museum located in the mountains of Bibai City. The closed school has become a natural sculpture like a picture book or a fairy tale, harmoniously beautiful. Because there is no place to eat nearby, we left after a short stroll. Such a wonderful place, I really want to go again. Practical TIPS: 1. There is no place to eat nearby, you can come back after eating, or Bring some food. 2. Pets can be brought in. The museum is free. There is a donation box at the door and many people will donate. Scenic address: Sakaemachi Ochiaicho 072-0831