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TARO OKAMOTO MUSEUM of ART

TARO OKAMOTO MUSEUM of ART

The City Museum of Art opened in 1999, three years after Taro Okamoto, one of Japan's leading artists of the 20th century, passed away. The museum has a collection of 1,779 works donated to Kawasaki City by Taro Okamoto. Various events are held, including special exhibitions and permanent exhibitions, as well as museum tours and workshops.

The symbol tower of the Taro Okamoto Museum of Art is the 30m tall "Mother's Tower". Based on a prototype created with the image of "the strength of a giant tree deeply rooted in the earth," "the gentleness of a rich and plump mother," and "eternal life blazing toward the sky," it is faithful to Taro Okamoto's intentions. It was reproduced and produced.

Detailed info

Business hours
  • 9:30-17:00 (entry until 16:30) [Closed] Mondays (if Monday is a national holiday, the following day will be closed *except when the following day is a Saturday or Sunday), New Year's holidays, and other temporary closures
Access
神奈川県川崎市多摩区枡形7-1-5
Parking 無 ※お車をご利用の場合は、生田緑地駐車場(有料)をご利用ください。
平均利用額
  • 【観覧料】期間、展覧会によって料金は異なります。詳しくは展覧会情報または美術館の公式サイトでご確認ください。

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