Matsumoto City Art Museum, Matsumoto

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#1 of 220 in Museums in Nagano Prefecture
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A visit to Matsumoto City Art Museum allows you to see a combination of contemporary and traditional Japanese art. The most famous exhibit displays works by the renowned artist Yayoi Kusama, who influenced the likes of Andy Warhol during the 1970s. Many other galleries show pieces by less-known local painters and sculptors, traditional artworks, as well many fine examples of calligraphy. With our online itinerary creator, Matsumoto attractions like Matsumoto City Art Museum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • My only complaint is that you can't take pictures inside - otherwise this is such a happy, thoughtful treat! We had seen some of her sculptures on the art island of Naoshima and were excited to see...  more »
  • The museum features Yayoi Kusuma’s permanent art works in her hometown. Born in Matsumoto, Yayoi Kusama spent many years in New York and is internationally known for her vivid and colourful works...  more »
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  • 400/200 adult/student yen for standard ticket. 1000/600 for standard plus temporary exhibition. 30-45 mins to browse through the normal exhibits. Interesting pieces and ideas.
  • Great visit for Kusama fans! Their’s more than just the usual pumpkins, a lot of really nice installations. Entry in also quite cheap and the parking is free.

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