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Kitakata City Museum of Art (喜多方市美術館)

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Art Museum

An art museum located in the Kitakata Kura-no-Sato (Warehouse Village) in Oshikiri 2-Chome, Kitakata City. Along with works by artists native to Kitakata and Aizu their collection also includes paintings, sculptures, and industrial art by other domestic and foreign artists. There isn't a permanent exhibit but rather special exhibitions displaying part of the collection that change over throughout the year.

place

Fukushima Kitakata-shi Oshikiri 2-2 (Aizu / Kitakata / Bandai / InawashiroArea)

phone 0241230404
place

10:00-18:00(Latest entry17:30)

Review of Kitakata City Art Museum

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2020/02/24 レンガ造りの美術館です。
蔵の街にふさわしいレンガ造りの美術館です。入館料かかりますが、そんな高くありませんので、ぜひ、見てください。レンガの建物がすごく素敵ですから。
Reviewed:2020/02/01 蔵出し
館蔵展を見に行きました。観覧料300円。JAF会員優待施設につき250円となります。小さくてもキラリと光る美術館がコンセプト。喜多方ラーメン巡礼行脚の箸休め腹休めに適。10分一本勝負でサクッと時間潰せます。
Reviewed:2019/07/17 喜多方蔵の里の一角に
この美術館は農家の作業蔵をモデルとした煉瓦蔵で、喜多方蔵の里の一角にあります。「喜多方市美術館コレクション展」が開館25周年記念として開催されていました。渡部菊二、久家三夫、石山富彦といった会津地方にゆかりの作家を中心にしたコレクション展です。

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Details

Address
Fukushima Kitakata-shi Oshikiri 2-2 [map]
Area
Aizu / Kitakata / Bandai / InawashiroArea
Phone
0241230404
Hours
10:00-18:00(Latest entry17:30)
Closed
Wednesday (The next day for Public holidays), New Year's Holiday, Exhibition change Period
Fees
[Admission fee] From 300yen (setting for each project)
Parking Lot
Available (Please use the Kitakata Plaza Culture Center parking lot)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Wheelchair accessible
Available
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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