Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art

Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art

Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art, located at the foot of Mt. Shinobu on the north side of Fukushima City, houses over 2,000 pieces of art, including paintings, block prints, carvings, craft works, and more. Some highlights of the museum's collection include paintings by Shoji Sekine and woodblock prints by Kiyoshi Saito, both of whom were born in Fukushima Prefecture, as well as a collection of impressionist art, and 20th century paintings by artists such as Ben Shahn and Andrew Whyeth.

Venue Details

Venue Details
Website https://art-museum.fcs.ed.jp/English
Contact

Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art

(+81) 24-531-5511

netmaster@art-museum.fks.ed.jp

Best Season All Year
Parking Free parking is for approx. 150 cars
Related info Hours: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Admittance until 4:30 PM)

Admission Fees for Regular Exhibitions*:
Adults: 270 yen.
18 years old and younger: Free
*Please note, additional fees apply for temporary exhibitions.
Access Details
Access 1 Nishiyozan, Moriai, Fukushima City, Fukushima Pref. View directions
Getting there

By Car: 15 min from Fukushima Iizaka I.C. exit off the Tohoku Expressway.

By Bus: Take the Momo-rin Bus from the bus stop No. 9 on the east side of Fukushima Station. Get off at Kenritsu Bijutsukan Iriguchi bus stop. From there, the museum is a 3 min walk.

By Taxi: 5 min from the JR Fukushima Station East Exit

By Train: 2 min walk from Bijutsukan Toshokan Station on the Fukushima Kotsu Iizaka Line.

Nearby

Fukushima Prefecture Souvenir Shop
Shopping & Souvenirs

Fukushima Prefecture Souvenir Shop

Fukushima Prefecture Souvenir Shop (also known as the ‘Bussankan’) is a short walk from the west exit of Fukushima Station. Enjoy a delicious lunch, and even do a sake tasting, at the Fukushima Lounge. All food and sake has been grown and produced locally in Fukushima – a pre...

Fukushima Waraji Festival
Event

Fukushima Waraji Festival

Fukushima City’s local summer festival ‘Fukushima Waraji Matsuri’ started in 1970. It is said that, despite its short history, this festival has its roots in an Edo Period traditional event known as the ‘Akatsuki-mairi’ (or Mt. Shinobu Dawn Procession). During the...

Fukushima Fireworks Festival
Event

Fukushima Fireworks Festival

The Fukushima Fireworks Festival is something of a local pride in Fukushima City. Around 8,000 fireworks of a huge variety of explode against the night sky. The firework line-up even includes fireworks that are specifically designed for things such as warding away evil, and granting wishes!

JRA Fukushima Racecourse
Attractions

JRA Fukushima Racecourse

The only Japan Racing Association racecourse in the Tohoku region. Enjoy the excitement of the seasonal races held during Spring, Summer and Winter, as well as the traditional Tanabata Prize in July. The racecourse also has other areas for enjoying yourself, including a children's play area ...

You might also like

Fukushima Agricultural Technology Centre
Museums & Galleries

Fukushima Agricultural Technology Centre

A foothold for the promotion of farming in Fukushima Prefecture - the size of 12 Tokyo Domes! Fukushima Agricultural Technology Centre is a new foothold for the promotion of agricultural in Fukushima Prefecture. It serves as a hub for the spread of technological development and safe agricultur...

Nomaoi Street Meijo Hall
Museums & Galleries

Nomaoi Street Meijo Hall

Nomaoi Street Meijo Hall has been established in the building of the former Matsumoto Brewery, which was a well-known brewery started in the late Edo Period. The hall now primarily functions as exhibition space, lending its unique kura (Japanese warehouse) rooms to host art and photo exhibitions ...

Saito Kiyoshi Museum of Art
Museums & Galleries

Saito Kiyoshi Museum of Art

This museum is dedicated to the works of the world-renowned woodblock print artist Kiyoshi Saito. Housing a collection of 850 of his works, including his well-known series 'Aizu no Fuyu (Winter in Aizu)', the museum also holds four special exhibitions a year with about 90 works displayed ...

Yamada Momen Cotton Mill
Museums & Galleries

Yamada Momen Cotton Mill

Aizu momen (Aizu cotton) products are still greatly valued for their high quality and their traditional manufacturing techniques. The Yamada Momen Orimoto Company dates back to the start of the Edo Period (1603-1868). Aizu momen (cotton) has been produced here for over 400 years. Everything pr...