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ART IN THE PORT CITY
Yokohama Museum of Art | 横浜美術館

Photo © Yasuyuki Kasagi

The Kenzo Tange designed Yokohama Museum of Art opened in 1989 in one of the pavilions built for the Yokohama Expo that had taken place earlier that year. The Tange structure stands immense, and the Grand Gallery entrance hall is particularly cavernous and overwhelming in scale. The museum is home to a large collection of Japanese and Western artworks from the 19th century up to present day. It also has a strong photography collection which upholds the city’s reputation as one the birthplaces of photography in Japan.

Address : 3-4-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-0012

Phone : +81-45-221-0300

Region : Kanagawa | Yokohama

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Official Site : Link

Admission : Collection - Adults ¥500 / University and high school students : ¥300 / Junior high school students : ¥100 / Elementary school students and younger : Free
Exhibition - Different according to exhibition.

Hours : 10:00 to 18:00 (Last entry 30 mins before closing)
Closed on Thursday, during year-end and new year holidays

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