The Hachinohe Clinic Street Corner Museum is a small art museum that specialize in displays of ukiyo-e and other traditional Japanese woodblock paintings, the works of Hatsusaburō Yoshida, and other related pieces and materials relating to the area. It was opened and curated by Hidehiko Ogura, a OB/GYN practitioner who is said to have touched the lives of over 20,000 people during his career, to display his collection of art pieces. The museum opens for four different exhibits which it holds throughout the year.
- 1-8-29 Kashiwazaki, Hachinohe, Aomori 031-0081
- Only open when exhibits are held (4 times a year)
- Entrance Fee:
- By Car: 20 min from Hachinohe Station
By train: 10 min walk from Hon-Hachinoeh Station
Closest Bus Stop: ‘Nijuhachi-nichi Machi’ (1 min walk), ‘Shimo-Daiku Machi’ (2 min walk)