Naoshima Bath “I love YU”
This is an art facility created by artist Shinro Ohtake where visitors are actually able to take a bath.
“I love YU” was created to provide a place for Naoshima residents to rejuvenate as well as a venue for exchanges between Japanese and international visitors and locals to take place. The exterior and fittings of the bathhouse, from the bath itself to the pictures decorating the walls, the mosaics, and even the toilet fittings, reflect the world of Shinro Ohtake.
The bathhouse is operated by the Naoshima-Town Tourism Association.
Come visit and soak in the tub, and experience art with your entire body.
|Closed||Mondays ※Open on Mondays for national holidays but closed the next day.|
|Hours||Weekdays: 2:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. (Last admittance: 8:30 p.m.)
Weekend/Holidays: 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. (Last admittance: 8:30 p.m.)
|Admission||¥510 (Naoshima residents : ¥310)
15 and under : ¥210
free for children younger than 3
※No discounts are offered for groups and holders of Disability Certificates (Physical Disability Certificates,
Rehabilitation Certificates, or Mental Disability Certificates) are not granted free entry.
|Capacity||male: 27people female: 27people|
|Parking Lots||No parking available
（Please use the town parking lot which is near the Miyanoura Port : ¥200/1day）
|Inquiry||Tel : +81-(0)87-892-2626（Town-Naoshima Tourism Association 8:30a.m.～6:00p.m.）
- Information about Artist is here.
- Original products are available for purchase at the front counter.
- Other useful information is here.
Miyanoura Gallery 6
Opened in summer 2013, Miyanoura Gallery 6 is located in the Miyanoura District on Naoshima Island. Architect Taira Nishizawa has transformed “Pachinko 999 (Three Nine),” a former amusement arcade enjoyed by residents of the island, along with an adjoining park, into a new space where visitors and local people can get together and relax.
|Inquiry||TEL : +81-(0)87-892-3754 (Fukutake Foundation)
FAX : +81-(0)87-840-8285
- Information about Architect is here.
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