Otsuka Museum of Art

This porcelain masterpiece art museum is the largest in the country and unparalleled in the world. It has a permanent exhibition area of about 30,000 square meters and a 4km viewing route.
There are 1,000 full scale ceramic reproductions of Western painting from ancient to modern day, from 190 art museums in 26 different countries. It is the best place for art education and is a popular tourist spot.

【TEL】088-687-3737

【Business hours】9:30~17:00 (Admission until 16:00)

【Regular holiday】Mondays,January: New Years week,No holidays in August

【Fee】General 3,240 yen, college student 2,160 yen, elementary/middle/high school student 540 yen

★Group discount · · · 10% discount for groups over 20 people

【Access】

· About 3 minutes by car from the Kobe Naruto Expressway "Naruto North" IC→Free shuttle bus service from private parking lot

· From JR Naruto Station take the Route Bus (towards Naruto Park)→Get off at "Otsuka International Museum of Art"

【Address】Within Naruto Park, Narutocho, Naruto

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