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Akita Senshu Museum of Art





Akita Senshu Museum of Art  holds special exhibitions of outstanding works from both Japan and overseas. The museum houses many works by artists associated with Akita, including Akita Ranga paintins (the first important Western-Influenced painting school in Japan) by Satake Shozan and Odano Naotake, and works by Hirafuku Suian, Hirafuku Hyakusui, Kimura Ihei, and others. The museum also has a memorial annex for Okada Kenzo, whose subtle and profound abstract paintings were highly esteemed in New York. (Please inquire about the exhibition period for Akita Ranga.)

Name:
Akita Senshu Museum of Art
Phone Number:
018-836-7860
Closed:
Closed Dec. 29 to Jan. 3. May be closed temporarily. Days that Atorion is closed for inspection, etc.
Business Hours:
10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.(Last admission 5:30 p.m.)
Price:
Adults:310 yen, university students:210yen. high school students and younger : free (Group rates are available) Subject to change depending on special exhibitions. Annual passport: Adults 2,500yen, university students 1,000yen
Parking:
Please use nearby parking lots.
Access:
About 5 minutes from Akita Station on foot.