This center was launched in July 1993 to promote the beauty of Inami carving, which has over 250 years of history.
The design of the interior was modelled after the temple layout of Inami Betsuin Zuisenji Temple, and over 200 pieces of the finest works of Inami wood carving, including ranma (an openwork screen above the sliding partitions between rooms), shishigashira (a head of a lion mask used for the traditional Japanese lion dance), statues of heavenly gods, and contemporary art pieces. Take in the masterpieces and the beauty of this traditional art, which uses over 200 carving tools and knives during the entire carving process.
9：00～17：00(last entry at 16:30)
Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday (following days when holidays) , year end & new year holidays
Admission fee Adult : 500 yen; Elementary or Junior high school student : 250 yen