Amami Park consists of two conjoined facilities; however, their entrance fees are separate. The first facility is called Amami-no-Sato, where exhibits introduce various aspects of Amami such as nature, history, and culture, while also serving as an activity area for locals. The second facility is the Tanaka Isson Memorial Art Museum, which showcases artwork by Tanaka Isson, who is renowned for incorporating many elements of Amami into his work. Amami Park is a must-see spot for visitors interested in learning more about the Amami Archipelago.
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- Open from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM （9:00 to 7:00 in July & August, last entry 30 min. before closing
- Amami Park (0997-55-2333) Tanaka Isson Memorial Art Museum (0997-55-2635)