Check out the website’s recommended itineraries for what to see and do during your visit. Some exhibitions may be unavailable for viewing during certain times of the year, so be sure to check the website to see if the ones you want to see are open for viewing.
More than A Place to Stay
You could book a typical, standard hotel to stay in during your visit, but why would you if you could stay inside a work of art instead? Many of the works of art in the Echigo-Tsumari Art Field are actually architectural masterpieces perfect for your stay. Find one that suits you and your artistic vision here.
Getting There and Around
You can fly right into Niigata Int. Airport from five major airports:
Shin Chitose Airport (Sapporo): Three flights/day by ANA / AIR DO (1hour 15min)
Narita International Airport (Narita): One flight/day by ANA (1hour 5min)
Chubu International Airport (Nagoya): Two flights/day by ANA (1hour)
Itami Airport (Osaka): Nine flights/day by ANA/JAL (1hour 5min)
Fukuoka Airport (Fukuoka):Three flights/day by ANA/JAL/FDA (1hour 30min)
Upon arriving at Niigata Int. Airport, catch a train to Tokamachi Station. You can also get to Tokamachi Station by train from Narita Int. Airport (Tokyo), Haneda Int. Airport (Tokyo), or Kansai Int. Airport (Osaka).
If you need directions by car or would like to get there by bus, check out their website for more information.
Once you’ve arrived, the best way to travel is by car or train, giving you the flexibility to explore. Plus, many artworks are within walking or biking distance from the train stations. Check out their website for a map and to find the best means of transportation for you.
During the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale, you can request a tour to guide your exploration of the Echigo-Tsumari Art Field.