Arishima Memorial Hall

Arishima Memorial Museum -Arishima Takeo Memorial Museum-
The Arishima Memorial is a Taisho era writer known for "Descendants of Cain", "Born troubles" and "A certain woman".
Introducing the people and works of Takeo Arishima and the footprints of the farm owned by Takeo.

 About the public release of Niseko Express

With the support of everyone in Japan, the resort train "Niseko Express" returned to Niseko Town I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart.

The Niseko Express is a special vehicle newly manufactured with a mechanism and design to overcome the steep slopes and sharp curves of the Hakodate Main Line Yama Line (between Otaru and Oshamambe) that Niseko Town It is a vehicle (industrial heritage) that has a deep significance to be preserved.

We are currently constructing a storage garage for the car, which is scheduled to be completed in mid-December 2020. After the garage is completed, we will hibernate in preparation for the public release scheduled for next spring or later. We are considering an appropriate disclosure method in such a social situation.

We look forward to seeing you all.

Niseko Town Arishima Memorial Hall

What's New Update

  NEW Implementation of new coronavirus spread prevention measures

    We request the following items.
・ Wearing a mask
・When entering the museum, fill in the thermometer and record sheet (those above 37.5°C are not allowed to enter)
・Hand disinfection (disinfection liquid is available at the reception counter)
・Open as many people as possible (there may be restrictions on the number of visitors)
・Do not touch the work or wall
・Hand wash
We ask for your cooperation in preventing virus infection.


Exhibition information

Opening hours Business hours

From 9:00 to 17:00 (as for the admission until 16:30)

Closed day

・ Every Monday (If Monday is a holiday, it will be closed the next day)
· New Year's Holiday

Admission fee

General 500 yen (10 or more groups: 400 yen) High school students: 100 yen
※ junior high school students following and 65 years of age or older of Niseko Town people is free

Annual passport (valid for one year): Adult 800 yen High school student 200 yen

Museum shop / Book cafe

We have a collection of Takeo Arishima and original goods of this museum.
In addition, the book cafe where you can overlook the Niseko mountain range
You can enjoy reading while tasting roasted coffee.

アクセス Access

JRAbout 30 minutes on foot from Niseko Station (about 2.5km), 5 minutes by taxi
busDonan Bus [From Kutchan Station] “Arishima Memorial Hall” bus stop, get off at 5 minutes on foot
Private carAbout 2 hours by private car from Sapporo, New Chitose Airport
[About 30 parking lots for private cars and about 15 for large buses]
Arishima Memorial Hall
〒048-1531 57 Arishima, Niseko Town Abuta-gun, Hokkaido
Tel. 0136-44-3245 Fax. 0136-55-8484
mail address

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Niseko Town Arishima Memorial Hall