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Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum (沖縄県立博物館・美術館(おきみゅー))

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Museum / Science Museum

The Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum, which is the largest museum of its kind in Okinawa Prefecture, is located approximately 10 minutes’ walk from Omoromachi Station on the Okinawa Urban Monorail (Yuirail) line. Besides the Museum’s permanent exhibitions—which comprise general exhibitions relating to Okinawa’s natural environments, history and culture, as well as five sub-exhibitions on natural history etc.—special exhibitions are also held. The outdoor display area, with its reconstructions of a traditional Ryukyuan farmhouse and storehouse, is particularly popular with visitors. The Art Museum’s collections are focused on the work of artists with a connection to Okinawa island or Okinawa Prefecture, as well as modern and contemporary art; exhibits include contemporary artworks from Japan, other Asian countries, and the U.S.A., etc.

place

Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Omoromachi 3-1-1 (Naha / Southern OkinawaArea)

phone 0989418200
place

9:00-18:00 [Friday/Saturday] 9:00-20:00 * Last entry is 30 minutes before closing

Review of Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum

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Reviewed:2020/12/31 wonderful museum
I had a wonderful time walking through the museum. I was especially happy to see their exhibits of the past. Also they have a wonderful shop which for me has the best collection of post cards.
free...
Reviewed:2020/11/12 Great facility for learning about a broad range of Okinawan topics
I really enjoyed exploring this facility. There are so many different topics covered in the various rooms. I spent nearly five hours in the facility and enjoyed every aspect of it. The big rock...
Reviewed:2020/03/12 Great Place to learn about the history of Okinawa
Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Gallery *** must visit ***
Another place you cannot miss when you visit Okinawa. A half day visit to the museum will allow you to have a quick glimpse into the...

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Address
Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Omoromachi 3-1-1 [map]
Area
Naha / Southern OkinawaArea
Phone
0989418200
Hours
9:00-18:00 [Friday/Saturday] 9:00-20:00 * Last entry is 30 minutes before closing
Closed
Monday (Open if Monday is Public holiday and substitute public holiday or Memorial Sunday, closed next Weekday), New Year's holiday, etc.
Fees
[Museum] [General] 530yen [High school students] 270yen [Elementary school students (outside the prefecture)] 150yen [Museum] [General] 400yen [High school students] 220yen [Elementary school students (outside the prefecture)] 100yen [70 years old and over, Elementary and junior high school students in the prefecture] Free * Special exhibitions and special exhibitions are not included
Parking Lot
Available (158spaces, 4spaces for the physically challenged, 10spaces for large buses, 25spaces for bicycle parking)
Credit Card
Available (Museum shop only)
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Available (entrance hall only)
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
Note
Permanent Museum Exhibition, Museum Collection Exhibition with sound guide (Sunday, English, Chinese, Korean, Spain, 5 languages)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          There is no Station nearby. There is no Bus Stop nearby. There is no Parking nearby. There is no IC nearby.
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