Kagoshima City Museum of Art鹿児島市立美術館
This is a private art museum which is built on the ruins of Tsurumaru Castle Ninomaru which was once the castle of the Satsuma Lord Shimazu. The collection focuses on works by local writers and Western art since the 19th century. It also has oil paintings by Cezanne and a “Water Lily” painting by Monet. The collection of paintings depicting Sakurajima, the symbol of Kagoshima, is also spectacular. It is a 16-minute walk from Kagoshima Station.
Kagoshima Pref. Kagoshimashi Shiroyamachou 4-36
9:30-18:00 (until 17:30)
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Kagoshima Pref. Kagoshimashi Shiroyamachou 4-36 [map]
- 9:30-18:00 (until 17:30)
- Monday (next Weekday for Public holiday), 12/29-1/1
- [Permanent Exhibition Exhibition Fee] General 300 Yen, Senior High School Student 200 Yen, Elementary and Junior High School Student 150 Yen
[Special Project Exhibition Admission Fee] Fees to be set each time
- Parking Lot
- Available 7spaces
- Credit Card
- Not available
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- View route from Station View route from Bus Stop View route from IC View route from Parking
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Kagoshima Main Areas
Over 100 active volcanoes across Kagoshima make it one of the Japan's most exciting prefectures. The prefectural capital, Kagoshima city, looks out to one of the prefecture’s most spectacular volcanoes, Sakurajima, an island of its own that can be visited and seen close up or admired from afar, with the promise of breathtaking sunsets complete with frequent puffs of smoke and ash. Down the Satsuma Peninsula, the most southerly part of mainland Japan, waterfalls, sand onsen, and fascinating history await, while Kagoshima's abundance of satsuma imo (sweet potato) provide a wholesome snack as well as one of Japan's favourite drinksーshochu.