Platon Decorative Arts Museum
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- Traditions & history
(C)KOBE CONVENTION & VISITORS ASSOCIATION
Planton Decorative Arts Museum (Italian House) is a former foreign settler’s residence which exhibits European furniture, paintings, and sculptures of 18th to 19th century mainly from Italy. It is a gorgeous private residential house filled with famous paintings and art works including Millet and Corot.
Lunch and drinks can be ordered in the south garden with a pool. Mamma’s handmade cake and special weekend lunch are some of the most popular items from the menu.
|Address||Kobe, Chuo-ku Kitano-cho 1-6-15|
|Access||15-minute walk from Sannomiya Station. (JR/Hankyu/Hanshin/Subway Lines)|
|Hours||9:30 - 17:00|
|Regular holiday||Open year-round New Year's holiday period (December 30 - January 2)|
|Fee||Adults ￥700, Middle-High School students ￥500, Children (Elementary School) ￥200|
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