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Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Yodoko Guest House is an Important Cultural Property of Japan

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.

General information
Opening days

Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday, public holidays
Note that opening days may change when special events are on. Please see the calendar.

Opening hours

10:00–16:00 (enter by 15:30)

Admission

Adults (ages 18 to 64)・・・500 yen
Students (ages 6 to 17)・・・200yen
Please see the Admission section.

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Access
Location

3-10 Yamate-cho, Ashiya, Hyogo
〒659-0096

By car
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
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