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The gHorse,h which is the uncompleted final painting of Nissho Kanda, still stands strong and serves as the symbol of the museum. Works that retain unique realism allow us to recall his earnestness.

Nissho Kanda 1937 - 1970
Kanda was born in Nerima, Tokyo, in 1937. He was relocated to Shikaoi Town, Tokachi, as part of a wartime evacuation. There he produced oil paintings while engaged in development and farming. He became a member of the All Hokkaido Exhibition and entered his works in the Independent Selection Exhibition, the first Hokkaido Excellent Art Work Exhibition and other such exhibitions. In 1970, he passed away suddenly at the age of 32. After his death, works such as Indoor Landscape have been in the possession of the Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art.
His postwar new representational style has been artistically valued ever since his works were shown at the Exhibition of Nissho Kandafs World and the Japanese Realism Exhibition.
Address Higashi-machi 3-chome, Shikaoi Town
Museum Information Opening period: Year-round
Opening hours: 10:00`17:00 (last entrance for exhibition room: 16:30)
Closed Mondays (open if Monday falls on a national holiday) and year end/New Year holidays (Dec. 30`Jan. 5)
Admission fees Adults: 510 yen; high school students: 300 yen; elementary and junior high school students: 200 yen
Groups (10 or more people): Adults: 450 yen; high school students: 250 yen; elementary and junior high school students: 150 yen
Inquiries Kanda Nissho Art Museum
TEL 01566-6-1555
FAX 01566-6-1859
E-mail -
URL http://kandanissho.com/
Access ? 1 hour from JR Obihiro Station by Takushoku bus
? 30 minutes from JR Shintoku Station by Takushoku bus
Parking 170 ordinary cars; 6 large buses

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