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Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art & Design

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This art museum is found inside Fugan Canal Kansui Park located to the north of Toyama Station. Visitors can see works by Picasso, Chagall and other masters of the early 20th century, as well as posters, chairs and other works of art made by renowned artists of Japan and Toyama. Moreover, the original rooftop garden play equipment was designed by Taku Satoh, providing fun for not only children, but the whole family. The rooftop also offers magnificent views of the Tateyama Mountain Range. Other than that, there are touch panels that can be used to enjoy a poster collection, with other equipment offering tourists a hands-on experience in enjoying art and design.

Street address

3-20 Kibamachi, Toyama City

Access

  • 10 minutes on foot from Toyama Station

Opening Hours

9:30-18:00
(Admission until 17:30)

Closed

・Wednesdays (Except national holidays)
When Wednesday is a national holiday, closed on the following weekday.
・New Year’s holidays.

Website

http://tad-toyama.jp/en/visitor/general

Best season

All year

Point

・For explanations of exhibits inside the facility, visitors may use their smartphones to access audio or text guidance (available in English, traditional Chinese characters, simplified characters, Korean, Russian and French).
・Inside the park where the museum is located are also a ferry boarding dock and a one-star French restaurant.

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