Opened in 1989 as Japan's first public contemporary art museum

It opened in 1989 as Japan's first public contemporary art museum. The building was designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa, and is located in Hijiyama, a small mountain overlooking the city of Hiroshima, where you can enjoy nature and views. At the event, in addition to a special exhibition, a collection exhibition introducing about 1,700 works, workshops, lectures, talks to listen to the live voices of artists, etc. will be held to show various ways of enjoying and charming contemporary art. Introducing. Services at the time of viewing, such as exhibition commentary and childcare, are also substantial.

INFORMATION

business hours
10: 00 ~ 17: 00 * Admission is until 16:30
Holidays
Monday * However, if Monday is a national holiday or August 6th, the museum will be open and closed on the following weekday.
price
Collection exhibition individual general / 300 yen, collection exhibition individual university student / 200 yen, collection exhibition individual high school student or 65 years old or older / 150 yen, collection exhibition group 30 or more general / 250 yen, collection exhibition group 30 or more university student / 150 yen, Collection exhibition group 30 or more high school students or 65 years old or older / 100 yen, junior high school students or younger / free, special exhibitions vary depending on the exhibition. For details, please see the homepage or contact us (https://renovation2023.hiroshima-moca.jp/ or 082-264-1121).
address
732-08151-1 Hijiyama Park, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City
Phone Number
082-264-1121
Parking Lot
110 parking lots in Hijiyama Park (free)
free

ACCESS

732-0815 
1-1 Hijiyama Park, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City

About 7 minutes by Hiroshima Electric Railway from Hiroshima Station, about 10 minutes on foot from Hijiyamashita Station. Alternatively, it is about 4 minutes by bus from Hiroshima Station and about 10 minutes on foot from Danbara Chuo Bus Stop via Hijiyama Skywalk. Or about 10 minutes by taxi from Hiroshima Station

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