The structure was interpreted by the architect Hiroshi Sambuichi, that the townscapes of Honmura, Naoshima were built to pass on "moving materials" like "wind" and "water" as if they were batons in a relay race. Having found not only in the beauty of the "moving materials" itself, but also in the community where it is carefully handed over to neighboring houses, Sambuichi emerged the beauty of the two through the renovation of the old house. He manifested the characteristic of Honmura housings of adjacent rooms aligned south-north, and installed the pool filled with rich well water. If you put your feet into the pool from the windblown pier, you can see and feel the "moving materials" of Naoshima.
Hours ＆ Admission
Since we have renovated old buildings, some places are not accessible for visitors with disabilities and special needs.
We ask for your understanding.
We will support you as much as possible when you visit us, so please contact and discuss directly with our facilities.
(2)About lending wheelchairs, etc.
・Wheelchairs: We have 1 wheelchair available at Honmura Lounge & Archive.
・Writing tools: Available.
・Multi-purpose toilets: There are 3 locations in the Honmura district around Art House Project.
・You may enter our facilities with a service dog, a seeing eye dog, and/or a hearing assistance dog.
2249-7 Naoshima, Kagawa 7613110 Japan
Tel. +81-(0)87-892-4455(Fukutake Foundation)