|Facility summary and accessibility conditions||
The Adachi Museum of Art is a museum focused on the harmony of paintings from modern times to present day and Japanese-style gardens.
|Address||320 Furukawa-chō, Yasugi, Shimane|
|Reception hours||9:00 - 17:00 (April - September: up to 17:30)|
Open throughout the year (The Annex only has holidays for display changing.)
|Transportation, closest station, bus stop||
(1) Free shuttle bus From JR Yasugi Station, JR Yonago Station, Tamatsukuri Spa, Kaike Spa, Yonago ANA hotel to the museum, free shuttle bus is available.
|Bumps at the entrance||
|Accessible bathroom||(1) Main building: 1 place; (2) Annex: 1 place; (3) Parking space: 1 place|
|Bathroom entrance width||(1) 103cm(40.5in) (2) 84cm(33in) (3)84cm(33in)|
|Accessible parking space||
|Display items with multilingual explanation||Partially available.
Artist name and artwork name only
English, French, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese
|Staff fluent in foreign languages||
|Wifi connection||Entrance lobby only|
|Audio (English) guidance||
|A wheelchair user / Male|
|They have been ranked for 12 consecutive years as Japan’s No. 1 gardens, and there’s enough accessibility.
However, I was much amazed by the large number of foreign visitors.
The ramp toward the accessible bathroom may be too steep for manual wheelchair users.
There’s a bump at the entrance to the shop beside the museum, but I asked the clerks for help and they lifted my wheelchair.
|A visually impaired person / Female|
|There are no touchable displays, but it’s possible to enjoy the explanation of the artworks with the audio guide.
The audio guide is the type with an ear piece.
It has numbers for the galleries and gardens, and you press those numbers for play back.
I learned a lot about the exhibition items.