Nagashima Art Museum ながしまびじゅつかん

A hilltop art museum with magnificent views and countless works of art

The Nagashima Art Museum is perched on a hilltop and nestled among subtropical trees. The panoramic view encompasses the magnificent Sakurajima, Kinko Bay, and downtown Kagoshima City. Inside the museum, visitors will find a permanent collection of approximately 1,000 items, including paintings and sculptures by Seiki Kuroda, a Kagoshima-born painter who left a major mark on modern Japanese art, Chagall, Renoir, Rodin, and others, as well as prehistoric artifacts excavated from the South American continent, Satsuma earthenware, and more. A wide variety of pieces are on display throughout the year.

Center of the city (downtown)
Culture, art Art galleries, museums

Basic Information

Address 890-0045 鹿児島県鹿児島市武3-42-18
Access ・ Approx. 5 minutes by car from Kagoshima Chuo Station
・ Approx. 20 minutes’ walk from Take Chugakko-shita on Kagoshima Kotsu/Nangoku Kotsu bus lines from Kagoshima Chuo Station (caution: path includes steep areas)
Car Park Yes
Open 9:00am - 5:00pm(last entry at 4:30pm)
Price Adults: \1,000; high school/university students: \800; elementary/junior high school students: \400; 65 years and older: \500
Closures Every Tuesday (or the next weekday if Tuesday is a holiday) *The museum may be open every day during special exhibitions and other exhibitions.
Telephone Number 099-250-5400
Links Nagashima Art Museum Official Website


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