Otsuka Museum of Art
Home to the largest permanent exhibition space in Japan, this museum houses vivid, full-size reproductions of masterworks of Western art on large ceramic boards. The museum collection of more than 1000 works was selected from 190 museums in 25 countries to show the development of Western art from antiquity through to modern times.
||9:30 – 17:00
||Monday (If it falls on a holiday, closed the next day), Closed during some continuous days in Jan. Open throughout Jul. and Aug.
||Adult: 3,240 yen, College student: 2,160 yen,
Elementary, junior/senior high school student: 540 yen
||Take the Naruto City Bus "Narutokoen-iki (for Narutokoen)" at JR Naruto Sta. (approx. 25 mins). Get off at the bus stop "Naruto kameura-guchi" then it is a short walk.
||Naruto-koen, Naruto-cho, Naruto-shi
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