Hyogo Prefectural Art Museum Travel information

Hyogo Prefectural Art Museum

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Introduction

The Hyogo Prefectural Art Museum (•ΊŒΙŒ§—§”όpŠΩ : Hyogo kenritsu Bijutsukan) is an art museum with a distinctive feature called "art palace".
Designed by architect "Tadao Andou" representing Japan, it was opened in 2002.
It is located at the south end of Museum Road, which runs north to south around JR Nada Station.

 

The Hyogo Prefectural Art Museum has a frog symbol called "Mikaeru".
It is on the roof of the museum and is a mark.

 

The Hyogo Prefectural Art Museum holds approximately 9,000 works mainly for sculptures.
In the art museum, works are displayed one after another at a permanent exhibition.

 

 

Access

[Electric train]
-Get off at Hanshin Railway 'Iwaya Station' and walk 8 minutes.
-Get off at JR Kobe Line "Nada Station" and walk 10 minutes.

 

[Bus]
-Get off at the Kobe municipal bus / Hanshin bus "Kenritsu-bijutsukan-mae" bus stop, and it is a short walk.

 

 

Related Web site

http://www.artm.pref.hyogo.jp/eng/
http://www.artm.pref.hyogo.jp/ [Japanese]
by Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art.

 

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