Last Updated on August 29, 2023 by Nouman kaleem
Osaka, known for its entertainment as a B-class gourmet, may have an image of laughter and liveliness. Why don’t you enjoy Osaka in a slightly different way from time to time? Osaka is full of unique art that you can’t find anywhere else. Introducing 13 cases carefully selected by the editorial department from several museums. You should be able to meet a different Osaka!
National Museum of Art, Osaka
“Area of sensation Now,” experience ” February 8 to May 22, 2022
General 1,200 yen (1,000 yen) University student 700 yen (600 yen)
* () indicates group fee for 20 or more people Night discount rate (Target time: Friday and Saturday 17: 00-20: 00)
* Free for high school students and younger and under 18 years old (certification required)
* Free for persons with physical and mental disabilities and one attendant (certification required)
* For this fee, you can also see the collection exhibition held simultaneously.
Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts
* Special exhibition “67th All Kansai Art Exhibition” February 5, 2022, to February 15, 2022
* Special exhibition “8th Japan Exhibition Osaka Exhibition” February 26, 2022 to March 21, 2022
Address: 1-2-3 Minatomachi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Osaka Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka 22F
Business hours: 11:00 to 17:00 (last) ( Admission 16:30)
Regular holiday: Monday to Wednesday (open on public holidays)
Fees: General 1000 yen, high school/university students 500 yen (show student ID), free for up to 2 people accompanied by parents under junior high school students
Sakai Alphonse Mucha Hall
Koji Kinutani Tenku Museum
Nakanoshima Kosetsu Museum
Abeno Harukas Museum
* “Impressionist / Light Genealogy-Monet, Renoir, Goch, Gogan”, January 28-April 3,
2022 * “Hideaki Anno Exhibition” April 16-June 19, 2022
* Publication 120 Anniversary “Peter Rabbit TM Exhibition” July 2nd-September 4th, 2022
Claude Monet “Water Lily Pond” 1907, Oil on Canvas, 101.5 x 72.0 cm, Israel Museum Gift of The Jerusalem Foundation from the Sam Spiegel Collection
Izumi City Kuboso Memorial Museum
The museum was opened in 1982 with the donation of Kuboso Co., Ltd., which has been engaged in the cotton industry in Izumi City since the Meiji era and the Kuboso family. Approximately 11,000 items are stored, including 2 national treasures and 29 important cultural properties centered on oriental antiquities. Chinese crafts, modern Western paintings such as Monet and Renoir, and sculptures like Rodin are also displayed. Various exhibitions are held throughout the year.
An unprecedented new leisure facility with the concept of “touching the sensibilities” in EXPOCITY, which is adjacent to the Expo’70 Commemorative Park. In the “living museum” that combines the elements of an aquarium, a zoo, and a museum, we will introduce the creatures living on water and land and the charm of beautiful nature in eight zones such as “touch on purpose” and “touch on color”. I am. It is a spot where children and adults can be absorbed in new encounters with creatures, with ingenuity that allows them to intuitively enjoy art up close as if they were enjoying art.
Osaka Municipal Museum of Oriental Ceramics
As a collection of oriental ceramics centered on Chinese and Korean ceramics, this museum boasts the world’s first-class quality and quantity. We have devised exhibition facilities such as a natural daylighting exhibition case and a rotating exhibition stand so that you can appreciate the work’s charm. It houses about 5,550 items, including 2 national treasures and 13 important national cultural properties, mainly Chinese ceramics.
Many tea utensils, Buddhist artworks, archaeological materials, etc., centered on medieval and ink paintings. There are about 1,300 items in the collection, including 3 national treasures and 13 important cultural properties. Spring and autumn exhibitions are held every year. You can enjoy tea on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays at the Masaki Memorial House, a nationally registered tangible cultural property.