This is a small museum and research center located on a farm south of Hanford. The grounds have a small library and office building, a small museum which you tour with a guide, and a Zen garden. You can look into Mr. Clark's Japanese garden but you can't enter. There is also a beautiful Bonsai collection that visitors can visit on their own. The display area is small so the exhibitions rotate. When we were there it was a display of exquisite lacquer work, with explanations of the different techniques. Our guide was very friendly and very knowledgable. The collection has been sold to the Minneapolis Museum of Art and will eventually be moved there, so you need to visit the Clark Center soon. It is an impressive tribute to one man's passion and collecting acumen. He saw some Japanese art in book when he was in the fifth grade, and started collecting (with some professional advice) as he could. It is one of the most significant collections in the world and includes many recent and contemporary works. It is simply breathtaking. A must see for anyone interested in Japanese art and culture.