Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts
An old and well-established museum with over 70 years of history. Its collection of paintings, sculptures, craftwork, etc. from Japan and China exceeds 8,000 items.
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The Osaka Municipal Museum of Art, opened in May 1936, is located in Tennoji Park―situated at the Chausuyama corner, the site of the former residence of the Sumitomo family. If you walk along the dimly-lit passageway following the arrows, you will see colorful paintings and ceramics through pale glass. The museum preserves many important cultural properties, housing a collection of about 8,000 works of Japanese and Chinese Art. The site was donated by the Sumitomo family to Osaka City, together with the noted Keitakuen Garden; the museum building was built by the City.
Location〒 543-0063 Tennojikoen, 1-82 Chausuyamacho, Tennoji-ku, Osaka
ClosedMondays (closed the following day when holidays fall on Monday), New Year holidays
Open9:30 - 17:00 (admissions close 16:30)
PriceAdults ¥300, high school students ¥200, middle school students and under free
Directions5-minute walk from Tennoji Station on the Osaka Metro Midosuji and Tanimachi Lines and JR Line