Aichi Prefectural Museum Of Art in Sakae, Nagoya is adjacent to the Oasis 21 complex to the east of Nagoya TV Tower. Aichi Prefectural Museum Of Art is located on the 10th floor of the Aichi Arts Center Building.
The museum has permanent collections of modern arts and crafts including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, kimono and glassware. The museum also hosts visiting collections from other museums. A highlight this year has been the popular Jakuchu & The Age of Imagination exhibition. An Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition begins in November this year.
The gallery spaces are large and airy and the Aichi Arts Center building offers two restaurants and a cafe.
The Aichi Arts Center building has twelve floors above ground and five basement floors: including Aichi Prefectural Museum Of Art on the 10th floor, the Aichi Prefectural Arts Promotion Service, an Art Library, a rental gallery and art theaters (theater, concert hall, and mini theater).
Aichi Prefectural Museum Of Art
Higashi-ku, Higashi Sakae 1-13-2
Tel: 052 971 5604
Admission 500 yen
The nearest subway station is Sakae on the Higashiyama and Meijo subway lines or Sakaemachi station on the Meitetsu Seto Line. Sakae is two stops on the Higashiyama Line east of Nagoya Station.
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Friday, June 22, 2007
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