Ryushi Park preserves the old house and atelier designed by Ryushi himself.
The old house was built in 1948-54 after the war, and the atelier, which survived the bombing, was built in 10, the 1938th anniversary of the founding of Seiryusha.
In addition, Ryushi created the "Bomb Sanka no Ike" in Ryushi Park as a pond for the residential part that was destroyed by the air raid at the end of the war.
Ryushi Park will be guided by the memorial staff on the opening day.Information time is 10:00, 11:00, 14:00 three times a day.
(Please note that the gate is closed and you cannot see it freely except during the guide time.)
* For the time being, guidance with commentary will be canceled, commentary will be distributed, and a 30-minute free tour will be provided.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
Commitment to design and life
You can see Ryushi's commitment to design, such as the 60 tatami mat atelier that is particular about daylighting, and the stone pavement that is combined in a scale like a dragon flying high in the sky.
Scenery of the four seasons
Seasonal plants such as plums, cherry blossoms, and autumn leaves decorate Ryushi Park.You can touch Ryushi's view of art, which was said to be "planting of sketching materials" in the garden.