Susumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM, a sculpture garden with twelve of Susumu Shingu's masterpieces, has opened in Arimafuji Park in Sanda, Hyogo.
This unique open-air museum is realized by Hyogo Prefecture with the donation by Susumu Shingu, the artist of kinetic sculptures that move by natural energies of wind and water. The space of this museum is about 9,000 square meters at the foot of Arimafuji Mountain and lakeside of Senjoji Lake, surrounded by green trees and mountains.
Each sculpture, of different shape, color, material and dimensions, keeps dancing in the wind as if each one has its life and own character. One can enjoy in this park peaceful moments in the change of seasons, weather and stream of time, looking at the movements of the sculptures, feeling rich nature of countryside of Sanda.
Arimafuji Park Recreation Zone next to Arimafuji Kyosei Center （968 Ninji, Sanda, Hyogo）
Shinki Bus from JR Sanda-kitaguchi to Ninji （toward Otohara Valley）15 minutes walk
20 min by car from Kobe-sanda exit of Chugoku Express Way
20 min by car from Sanda-nishi exit of Maizuru-wakasa Express Way
Parking area（For 139 cars）Free
Opening hours： 9:00 - 17:00 （Closed：December 29 - January 3）
This, the only place in the world where many of Shingu's sculptures can be enjoyed in the outdoors is considered to be the symbol of Hokusetsu-satoyama Museum by Hanshin-north Branch Office of Hyogo Prefecture.
Hokusetsu Satoyama Wind Museum was launched with Susumu Shingu, the Sanda based artist, as one of the projects of Hokusetsu-satoyama Museum by Hyogo Prefecture in September 2013. Satoyama means the natural environment around people. Susumu Shingu's Windmill, named Satoyama Windmill was donated to the prefecture and installed at the Lawn Plaza of Arimafuji Park as the symbol of transmission of information in Satoyama.
Hokusetsu Satoyama Wind Museum was continued to have workshops regularly with children in order to give them occasions to think about how we should live in the future keeping good relation with surrounding nature until November 9, 2014.
Since May 2015, without changing its purpose Kazemü Executive Committee represented by Susumu Shingu has been organizing open-air performances twice a year at Susumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM that was born as a result of the installation of 12 wind sculptures in the lower square where Satoyama Windmill is installed.
|May 11, 2019||
Open-air performance #9 ／ spring 2019 Noh of the Wind IIISusumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|March 2, 2019||
Commemorative project of 150th Anniversary of Hyogo PrefectureKyosei Center, Arimafuji Park, Sanda, Hyogo
|October 28, 2018||
Open-air performance #8 ／ fall 2018 Concert of the WindSusumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|April 21, 2018||
Open-air performance #7 ／ spring 2018 Jazz of the Wind Vol.4Susumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|March 21, 2018||
Commemorative project of 150th Anniversary of Hyogo PrefectureSusumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|September 17, 2017||
Open-air Performance #6 ／ fall 2017 Jazz of the Wind Vol.3Susumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|April 28, 2017||
Open-air performance #5 ／ spring 2017 Noh of the Wind IISusumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|September 24, 2016||
Open-air Performance #4 ／ fall 2016 Jazz of the Wind Vol.2Susumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|September 3, 2016||A pergola, the information center, was open
Susumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|May 14, 2016||
Open-air Performance #3 ／ spring 2016 Strawberry ExpressSusumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|October 3, 2015||
Open-air Performance #2 ／ fall 2015 Jazz of the WindSusumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|May 22, 2015||
Open-air performance #1 ／ spring 2015 Noh of the WindSusumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|November 9, 2014||
Genki-kite WorkshopKyosei Center, Arimafuji Park, Sanda, Hyogo
|June 21 -
September 23, 2014
Panel Exhibition World of Susumu ShinguThe Gallery of Kyosei Center, Arimafuji Park, Sanda, Hyogo
|June 21, 2014||
Opening Ceremony of Susumu Shingu WIND MUSEUMSusumu Shingu WIND MUSEUM
|November 10, 2013||
Inauguration Ceremony of Satoyama Windmill with Lecture by Susumu ShinguThe Lawn Plaza and Kyosei Center, Arimafuji Park, Sanda, Hyogo
|October 13, 2013||
Genki-nobori WorkshopThe Lawn Plaza of Arimafuji Park, Sanda, Hyogo