[2021 Summer] Collection Room

Kyoto City Kyocera Museum of Art

poster for [2021 Summer] Collection Room
[Image: Nakamura Ken-ichi The Seto Inland Sea of Japan 1935 Collection of the museum]

Ends in 6 days
Closed Today (Monday)

*This Exhibition is temporarily closed from August 23 (Mon) to September 30 (Thu).

The Museum has been acquiring Kyoto modern art since its inauguration in 1933, and currently has holdings of over 3,800 artworks comprised of a core of Japanese paintings along with Western style paintings, sculpture, prints, crafts, and calligraphy.
The Museum is particularly proud of its highly regarded collection of paintings by Meiji and Showa period Kyoto artists. Introducing paintings with seasonal themes in tandem with the changing seasons, the Museum gives viewers a rich sense of the seasons in Kyoto.
A feeling of summer in the early Showa period can be gleaned from works such as Kitano Tsunetomi Sisters of a Merchant Family, depicting a hot summer evening conversation in a garden, and Showa period oil painter Nakamura Ken-ichi’s The Seto Inland Sea of Japan.

Spring: Mar. 20 (Sat, public holiday) – Jun. 20 (Sun), 2021
Summer: Jun. 26 (Sat.) – Sep. 26 (Sun) , 2021
Fall: Oct. 2 (Sat.) – Dec. 5 (Sun.), 2021
Winter: Dec. 11 (Sat.), 2021 – Mar. 13 (Sun), 2022

Venue: Main Building(South Wing)1F

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Schedule

from June 26, 2021 to September 26, 2021

Fee

Adults ¥730; Elementary, Junior High and High School Students ¥300; Kyoto City residents ¥520; Elementary, Junior High and High School Students residing in Kyoto city free.

Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 18:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on public holiday Monday but closed on the following day. Closed during the New Year holidays.

Access

Address: 124 Okazaki Enshoji-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 606-8344
Phone: 075-771-4334 Fax: 075-761-0444

10 minute walk from exit 1 at Higashiyama Station on the Tozai subway line, 17 minute walk from exit 12 at Sanjo Station on the Keihan line; From JR Kyoto Station, take the bus and get off at Okazaki Koen/Bijutsukan,Heian Jingu-mae.

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