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The Sunabi Museum in Kuroshio Town, Kochi Prefecture, is an unusual museum with no walls, being an Art itself as the town's "natural scenery". The ceiling is a blue sky, the clear air is walls, and the sound of waves is BGM. The works of the Sunabi Museum are accompanied by abundant nature, show various scenery depending on the season and the daytime. The T-shirt art exhibition, which is held in early May every year, is a famous event where can you contemplate more than 1,000 illustrations and photographs gathered from all over the country and printed on T-shirts lined up on a sandy beach of about 4 km. In addition, there are other art exhibitions that are held several times a year, such as the "Sea Breeze Quilt" exhibition and the drifting object exhibition.
Irino, Kuroshio Town, Hata District, Kochi Prefecture 789-1911
About 45 minutes by car from Shimantocho-Chuo IC; about an hour and 45 minutes by car from JR Kochi Station; about 2 hours and 15 minutes by car from Kochi Ryoma Airport
About 10 minutes on foot from Tosa-Irino Station of Tosa Kuroshio Railway
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