the media for art, culture and events in Kanagawa prefecture.
  • Chigasaki City Museum of Art
  • Chigasaki City Museum of Art
  • Chigasaki City Museum of Art
  • Chigasaki City Museum of Art

Blessed with a warm climate, Chigasaki has been loved by many artists and cultural figures as a villa and resort. They are active in this privileged environment and have left many excellent works. The Chigasaki City Museum of Art was opened in April 1998 as a facility to widely introduce these local artists and works at exhibitions and to support the creative activities of the citizens. Takasago Ryokuchi Park, where the museum is built, was once the residence of Otojiro Kawakami and Sada Yacco, a new actor in the Meiji era known for the Oppekepe section, and the villa of Yasusaburo Hara, a businessman. I am. There is also a full-fledged Japanese garden in the park, which is full of greenery throughout the four seasons, and it is a place of relaxation for the citizens as one of the city's leading viewing spots for plum blossoms.

  • Address
    1-4-45 Higashikaigankita, Chigasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • TEL
  • Business Hour
    (Summer: April-October) 10: 00-18: 00, (Winter: November-March) 10: 00-17: 00 * Admission is 30 minutes before closing. [Closed days] Mondays (the next day if it is a national holiday, the day after next is closed), the day after the national holiday (if the next day is a holiday, the first weekday after that), the year-end and New Year holidays (12 / 28-1 / 3), temporary closed days (Days for maintenance and inspections and exhibition changes)
  • Parking Area
    There is a free parking lot for the museum on the side of Takasago Dori. Please use public transportation as the number of cars that can be accommodated (10 cars, large vehicles are not allowed) is small. If the car is full, please use the nearby toll parking lot. For large vehicles (length 6m or more), please use the municipal parking lot on the north side of JR Chigasaki Station. If you come by bicycle or motorcycle, please use the bicycle parking space in the museum parking lot.