A museum of painter Kinzo (nickname: Ekin) at the end of the Edo period made by renovating a rice granary. Twenty-three folding screen drawings handed down to the town were collected. Two works can be seen at all times by looking through a hole drilled in the wall. The atmosphere of Ekin festivals can be enjoyed while looking at replicas exhibited in dimness.
538 Akaoka-cho, Konan City, Kochi Prefecture
Business hours :
9:00 to 17:00
●About a 30-minute drive from Nankoku Interchange on Kochi Expressway
●About a 30-minute walk from Akaoka Station on Tosa Kuroshio Railway’s Gomen-Nahari Line
●500 yen per person for adults; 300 yen for senior high school students: 150 yen for elementary/secondary school students
●450 yen per person for a group of adults; 250 yen for a group of senior high school students; 100 yen for a group of elementary/secondary school students (each group must have at least 15 people)