Opened to the public in 1988, the Nagoya City Art Museum celebrates the allure of art and history by exhibiting works of a number of prominent regional artists as well as several internationally-reputed artists. The facility features a permanent and temporary collection of art, as well as a library, auditorium and snack shop for visitors. The building was designed by the famed architect Kisho Kurokawa and its structure and architectural brilliance of the museum building have also contributed to the overall appeal of the museum. Nagoya City Art Museum is located within the premises of the Shirakawa Park, which is another popular attraction in Nagoya.
Tickets cost around ¥300 per person
Open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children
Art collections and the Shirakawa Park
Designated prayer room facilities at the Nagoya City Art Museum will be unavailable, but it is possible to enquire the locals for a private area to make use of during prayer times.
Halal food at the Nagoya City Art Museum will be unavailable but visitors could chose to go to one of the several Halal restaurants located in the near vicinity of Nagoya.