Yodoko Guest House was the brainchild of Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the giants of modern architecture.
Sitting atop a verdant hill in Ashiya, Hyogo Prefecture, the house was designated an Important Cultural Property in 1974. Since 1989, it has been open to the public as a museum.
Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday, public holidays
Note that opening days may change when special events are on.
10:00–16:00 (enter by 15:30)
Adults (ages 18 to 64)・・・500 yen
Students (ages 6 to 17)・・・200yen
Please see the Admission section.
3-10 Yamate-cho, Ashiya, Hyogo
We have a no-charge parking lot for up to seven passenger cars and two medium-sized buses.
By public transport
- 10-minute walk north from Ashiya-gawa Station on Hankyu Kobe Line
- 15-minute walk northwest from Ashiya Station on JR Kobe Line
- 20-minute walk north from Ashiya Station on Hanshin Main Line