Aomori Museum of Art

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Aomori Museum of Art opened in 2006. Here, you can see an exhibition room of Munekata Shiko, who was born in Aomori prefecture, artworks of Nara Yoshitomo, one of the representative modern artist in Japan, and special creative exhibitions in spacious rooms. The distinctive building that reminds people of the white box dropped on the trench of an excavation site was inspired by the nearby ancient site “Sannai-Maruyama.” The building itself is one of the highlights. Let’s visit the museum that has remarkable popularity for a public museum because of a great sense and distinctive atmosphere.

Address
185 Chikano Yasuta, Aomori-shi, Aomori
Contact No.
+81-17-783-3000
Access
10-minute bus ride on route bus “Nebutan Go” from Shin-Aomori Station on JR followed by a minute's walk from Kenritsu Bijutsukan Mae Bus Stop
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-18:00 (9:30-17:00 from October to May)
Closed: Second and forth Mondays (If Monday is a holiday, closed next day)
Official Website
http://www.aomori-museum.jp/en/index.html
Time Required
2 hours
Admission fee
510 yen for permanent exhibition (Special Exhibition extra)

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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Architecture with design that has distinctive and fresh taste

The museum was designed by architect Aoki Jun. He is recognized as an architect who incorporates a taste of post modernism but has modern ideas. That’s why the museum itself is like an artwork and has unusual atmosphere.

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Aomori Ken: symbol of the museum

The gigantic statue of a dog “Aomori Ken” (8.5 meters tall) created by Nara Yoshitomo, the modern artist who has an international reputation, is a symbol of this museum. You can drop by casually because the area of this artwork and exhibition space “Hakkakudo” also created by Nara are free to enter.

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Sannai-Maruyama site

Sannai-Maruyama site is a 20-minute walk away from the museum. Researchers consider this one of the biggest site of the Jomon period in Japan, used 4,000 to 5,500 years ago. You can see the recreation of the remaining house based on the research of the site, and articles including old tools, earthen dolls and accessories.

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Aomori Museum of Art

Aomori Museum of Art opened in 2006. Here, you can see an exhibition room of Munekata Shiko, who was born in Aomori prefecture, artworks of Nara Yoshitomo, one of the representative modern artist in Japan, and special creative exhibitions in spacious rooms. The distinctive building that reminds people of the white box dropped on the trench of an excavation site was inspired by the nearby ancient site “Sannai-Maruyama.” The building itself is one of the highlights. Let’s visit the museum that has remarkable popularity for a public museum because of a great sense and distinctive atmosphere.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:moto / PIXTA

Architecture with design that has distinctive and fresh taste

The museum was designed by architect Aoki Jun. He is recognized as an architect who incorporates a taste of post modernism but has modern ideas. That’s why the museum itself is like an artwork and has unusual atmosphere.

Source:青森県立美術館

Aomori Ken: symbol of the museum

The gigantic statue of a dog “Aomori Ken” (8.5 meters tall) created by Nara Yoshitomo, the modern artist who has an international reputation, is a symbol of this museum. You can drop by casually because the area of this artwork and exhibition space “Hakkakudo” also created by Nara are free to enter.

Source:Flickr

Sannai-Maruyama site

Sannai-Maruyama site is a 20-minute walk away from the museum. Researchers consider this one of the biggest site of the Jomon period in Japan, used 4,000 to 5,500 years ago. You can see the recreation of the remaining house based on the research of the site, and articles including old tools, earthen dolls and accessories.

Source:PIXTA

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