Photo by Machiko Kosuge

Kazenobi is an atelier+gallery of sculptor and designer Takenobu Igarashi, located at the newly renovated former Yoshino Elementary School in Shin-Totsukawa-cho, Hokkaido. Set in a beautiful rural environment, Kazenobi is a pleasant place to spend time and enjoy art. It is also a place of communication and exchange through experiencing sculpture, allowing visitors to take part in different activities and events. Aside from the gallery, there is a café and a gift shop.

Kazenobi is open during the mild season from May to October. Due to heavy snow and freezing temperatures, it is closed during the winter. Upon visiting, please be aware that it is inconveniently situated.


In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (covonavirus), the museumu is temporarily closed from August 27 to September 12, 2021.

Please see here for details.
Thank you for your understanding.





高校生以上 300円
小中学生  150円
高校生以上 1人につき150円
小中学生  1人につき100円



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Location100-4 Yoshino, Shin-Totsukawa-cho Kabato-gun, Hokkaido 073-1322 Japan 
OpenMay – October 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
ClosedMondays (except on holidays, in which case closed on Tuesday)
Entrance FeeAdult & Student (Highschool) 300Yen
Student (Elementary School & Junior High School) 150Yen
*Kazenobi offers free general admission to students (Elementary School & Junior High School) living inShin-Totsukawa-cho.
*Preschool children are free of charge.

Group (10 or more)
Adult & Student (Highschool) 150Yen/person
Student (Elementary School & Junior High School) 100Yen/person

A five-day advance reservation required for groups (10 persons or more)

Contact0125-73-2600 (Domestic only), +81-90-3391-7989 (Mr. Fujishima)

Exterior and Interior

Photo by Mitsumasa Fujitsuka
Photo by Mitsumasa Fujitsuka
There are artworks placed all around the premises. Some of the exhibited artworks change from time to time.
Photo by Koji Sakai
Photo by Asako Hada
Photo by Kaori Oomachi
Photo by Koji Sakai
Photo by Asako Hada
Photo by Takenobu Igarashi

Café and Gift Shop

Beverages are served in the café, and special products designed by Takenobu Igarashi are available exclusively at the gift shop.
Photo by Mitsumasa Fujitsuka
Photo by Mitsumasa Fujitsuka

The Surrounding Environment

Throughout the year, the beauty of the sky, the mountains, the river, the fields and the paddies change like a painting.
Photo by Asako Hada
Photo by Koji Sakai
Photo by Asako Hada
Photo by Koji Sakai


If you are lucky, you might be able to see Igarashi at work.
Photo by Asako Hada
Photo by Takenobu Igarashi
Photo by Takenobu Igarashi
Photo by Koji Sakai

About Kaze no Bijutsukan

Kazenobi is run by Kaze no Bijutsukan, a general incorporated association. Aside from administration, the association also sponsors art production and workshops, working to create an appealing environment in daily life and in nature by spreading Takenobu Igarashi’s art in Hokkaido.