Sakai Alphonse Mucha Museum
This museum exhibits works from across the life of Alphonse Mucha, the master Art Nouveau illustrator.
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This museum exhibits the beautiful works of Mucha, master Art Nouveau illustrator. In Japan, his works are known for being rapidly incorporated into the insert and binding illustrations of works such as Akiko Yosano’s collection of poetry “Midaregami” and the magazine Myojo, where Yosano was active. Mucha was greatly influenced by the art of Japan, in particular the works of the ukiyo-e woodblock prints: In that sense the city of Sakai, a significant point of exchange between east and west in Japan, is the perfect setting for a museum dedicated to his art.
Location〒 590-0014 Belmage Sakai 2, 2F–4F, 1-2-200 Tadeicho, Sakai-ku, Sakai-shi, Osaka
ClosedMondays (open when Monday is a holiday), days following holidays (open when those days are holidays or weekends), New Year holidays, exhibit rotation periods
Open9:30 - 17:15 (admissions close 16:30)
PriceIndividual: adults ¥510, students 15 and up ¥310, children 14 and under ¥100
Group: adults ¥410, students 15 and up ¥250, children 14 and under ¥80
Free admission for children under 6, people 65 and over, and persons with disability (ID required)
Directions3-minute walk from Sakaishi Station on the JR Hanwa Line