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2017.09.15

Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle

Yokohama Museum of Art 
(Please note that this page was created using Google's automatic translation service and understand that because of this, its translation may not necessarily be accurate.)

If you want to take an art walk in Minato Mirai, the first place you want to go is the Yokohama Museum of Art.

In addition to the "Collection Exhibition", which exhibits works from over 12,000 works, mainly contemporary and contemporary art, since the opening of the port, the exhibitions are organized several times a year. Also, it is not well known that Yokohama is one of the first bases during the rise of photography. The photo collection is enriched after that.
Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle
Photography: Yuichiro Tanaka

The building of the Yokohama Museum of Art was designed by the late Kenzo Tange, a leading architect in Japan.
This is the appearance.
Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle
Photography: Yasuyuki Kasagi

When you enter the main entrance, you will be greeted by the "Grand Gallery", which consists of a spacious 20-meter-high atrium and a staircase-like exhibition space that extends approximately 100 meters to the left and right.
Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle
Photography: Yasuyuki Kasagi

After watching the art, take a break at Café Kokurayama.
Business hours: 10:45 to 18:00 (LO17: 30) * “Yokohama Triennale 2017” During the exhibition period, 10: 00-18: 00 (LO 17:30), 10/27, 10/28, 10/29, 11/2, 11/3, 11/4: 10: 00-20: 00 ( LO19: 30)
Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle

This is the window seat where you can see the outside. This seat is recommended if you are alone.
Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle

There are plenty of coffee, soft drinks, alcohols and drinks, and some sandwiches have pilaf and loco moco, so it is recommended not only for breaks but also for lunch.

Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle
Smoked salmon sand 730 yen (excluding tax)
Matcha float 480 yen (excluding tax)

The cake is slippery in the showcase.
Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle

They also sell Yokohama souvenirs.
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Next to the cafe is a museum shop.
Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle

Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle
There are about 1,000 types of postcards, and a selection of masterpieces. Of these, about 250 are original postcards (collected work postcards). There are many cards you can only get here, so if you find a favorite, don't forget to get it

There are also various art-related books.
Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle

After enjoying the exhibited works, the cafe is full of museum shops and highlights.
By the way, shops and cafes are also secret spots where you can easily drop in without viewing fees.

Everyone can go to such a wonderful place where you can enjoy the day in the museum or just feel free to stop by the shop to make it feel like an art.Please try!
Inside the building that focuses on "look, make, learn". Feel the breath of art from every angle

Well, the appeal of the Yokohama Museum of Art is not only this!

At the right end of the museum building are the Children's Atelier and the Citizen's Atelier.

Please see this article for the experience of silkscreening in the "Citizen's Atelier" print room.

※ This information is the information at the time of interview on September 15, 2017.

  • Yokohama Museum of Art
  • Yokohama Museum of Art
  • Yokohama Museum of Art

Yokohama Museum of Art opened to the public on November 3, 1989. It is one of the largest art institutions in Japan. With its iconic architecture, featuring the expansive space of the Grand Gallery, the museum is made up of a total of seven gallery spaces, as well as an Art Information and Media Center that holds over 110,000 art-related books, ateliers hosting a wide range of workshops for children and adults, and many other facilities.
Located in the international seaport city of Yokohama, the museum focuses on collecting and showing modern and contemporary art created since the late 19th century, when the port of Yokohama opened, alongside many special exhibitions.

【Photo】
The outward appearance:KASAGI Yasuyuki / Grand gallery:KASAGI Yasuyuki / Exhibition room:TANAKA Yuichiro

  • Address
    3-4-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
  • TEL
    045-221-0300
  • Business Hour
    10: 00-18: 00 (admission until 17:30) Closed on Thursdays and New Year's holidays

Map

  • Café Ogurayama
  • Café Ogurayama
  • Café Ogurayama
  • Café Ogurayama
  • Café Ogurayama
  • Café Ogurayama
  • Café Ogurayama

Cafe Kokurayama is a space where you can relax while feeling the lingering sound of the exhibition. Drinks and snacks are available.

  • Address
    3-4-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa

    Yokohama Museum of Art 1F
  • TEL
    045-221-0303
  • Business Hour
    10: 45-18: 00 (LO 17:30) * Closed on days when the Yokohama Museum of Art is closed
  • Credit Card
    Impossible
  • Smoking
    Impossible
  • Reserve
    Yes
  • Service
    0%
  • Average Usage
    1000 yen~
  • Private Room
    Nothing
  • Total number of seats
    60
  • Pet
    Impossible
  • Take-out
    Yes
  • Children's Menu
    Nothing
  • Drink
    With alcohol Non-alcohol
  • Course Meal
    Nothing
  • Reserved
    Impossible

Map