Creating a base that makes the most of Hiroshima's art and culture

The Yachiyonooka Museum is operated as a lifelong learning facility that combines 15 galleries with studios. For the purpose of creating a base for utilizing and nurturing the art and culture of Hiroshima, we are exhibiting in the form of a solo exhibition of one artist per building. It is an independent gallery for artists, and we have considered it so that you can fully demonstrate your individuality and that everyone who sees it will be impressed by each building. The artists who are admitted to the museum are limited to those who live in Hiroshima and are selected by the artist selection screening committee. As a general rule, the deadline for admission artists is one year, and the exhibition works are planned to be replaced twice a year in principle, and workshops and open lectures by admission artists are also held at any time. In the GHI Building TOKUBETU Special Exhibition Room, we are holding a spectacular special exhibition that is not as good as 12 artists.


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10: 00 ~ 17: 00 * Admission is until 16:30
Tuesday * If Tuesday is a national holiday, the next day
General / 300 yen, 65 years old and over / 200 yen, elementary and junior high school students / 200 yen, person with disability certificate and one caregiver / free, group of 20 or more general / 240 yen, group of 20 or more 65 Ages and over / 160 yen, groups of 20 or more elementary and junior high school students / 160 yen
731-030210494-7 Katsuta, Yachiyo-cho, Akitakata-shi
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10494-7 Katsuta, Yachiyo-cho, Akitakata-shi

15 minutes by city train from JR Hiroshima Station, get off at Kamiyacho Higashiden or Kamiyacho Nishiden, then take Hiroden Bus bound for Yoshida from Hiroshima Bus Center No. 8 for about 1 hour, and walk 3 minutes from Katsuta stop. Or about 20 minutes by car from Chiyoda IC on the China Transit Expressway

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