Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum

Visit the home of eminent landscape gardener Isamu Noguchi

Accessible by special appointment only, we can arrange for you to visit the Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum today. Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) was an eminent Japanese-American sculptor, artist and landscape gardener. To learn about his life and work, tour Noguchi's workshop, an Edo Period warehouse surrounded by his stone sculptures, before continuing on to his home and the garden he designed for his 80th birthday.

Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum

located in Takamatsu

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Interested in this Experience? It is included in this tour:

  • Discover Japan's artistic heart among the islands of the Seto Inland Sea.

    Art and the Seto Inland Sea

    All over the world, the finest art is found almost exclusively in big cities. But Japan has always done things differently, and on this itinerary you'll discover that Japan's true artistic heart lies not amid skyscrapers and neon but amongst the rural islands of the Seto Inland Sea.

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    Discover Japan's artistic heart among the islands of the Seto Inland Sea.

Other Gardens experiences

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  • Korakuen

    Korakuen

    Now restored to its Edo Period glory, Okayama's Korakuen garden is home to unique features including wide lawns, a crane aviary and tea fields.

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  • Bonsai

    Bonsai

    Visit Japan's premiere bonsai district and take a two hour class with a local master.

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  • Saiho-ji moss garden

    Saiho-ji moss garden

    Magical temple gardens with 120 varieties of moss.

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  • Kenrokuen

    Kenrokuen

    "The garden of six sublimities": spaciousness, seclusion, artificiality, antiquity, abundant water & broad views make the perfect garden in Kanazawa.

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  • Nagasaki's Glover Garden

    Nagasaki's Glover Garden

    Meiji Period architecture, lovely European gardens and fantastic views across Nagasaki.

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  • Ryoan-ji rock garden

    Ryoan-ji rock garden

    The enduring image of a raked gravel rock garden reflects the spirit of Zen Buddhism.

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