Kiyoharu Art Colony
With architecture by renowned architects such as Gustave Eiffel, Yoshio Taniguchi, Tadao Ando and Terunobu Fujimori – the Kiyoharu Art Colony is an outdoor architecture park built for artists to create and interact with the changing seasons.
With views of the Southern Alps at the west side, Yatsugatake Mountain range at the north side and Mt. Fuji at the south side, this area was once called Kiyoharu – Pure Spring.
The Kiyoharu Art Colony has revived the name of this place, which is no longer marked on maps, as a place for artists to create and interact.
With architecture by renowned architects such as Gustave Eiffel, Yoshio Taniguchi, Tadao Ando and Terunobu Fujimori, as well as century-old cherry blossom trees in spring, wisteria in early summer, fresh greenery in summer, autumn leaves in autumn and famous white peaks in winter, Kiyoharu Art Colony has more to offer than just its art collection.