Nagano Prefectural Art Museum / Higashiyama Kaii Gallery

Travel Guide - Nagano Prefectural Art Museum / Higashiyama Kaii Gallery

Information

Nagano Prefectural Art Museum located in Joyama Park is the only prefectural art museum in Nagano prefecture.

The museum exhibits works by artists from Nagano prefecture such as Hishida Shunso, Rokuzan Ogiwara, Masuo Ikeda, Kosei Matsui, as well as landscape paintings of Shinshu region.

Higashiyama Kaii Gallery, which is built next to the museum, exhibits works by the artist Kaii HIGASHIYAMA, who is known for his serine Japanese-style paingings.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 17:00 *admission until 30 minutes before closing

Closed

  • Wednesdays
  • Year-end and New Year's holidays

Access / Public Transport

  • 15 minutes from JR Nagano Station by the bus bound for Zenkoji or Wakatsuki.Get off at Zenkoji-Kita Bus Stop.

Address / Location

* Please click each address to show the location.

Tweets

No tweets found.

Recommended Places

Sanada Treasures Museum
The long-established Sanada family from east Shinshu expanded their influence as a local ruling family and survived turbulent times from the  ...  more »
Zozan-jinja Shrine / Zozan Memorial Museum
In 1868, Meiji government ended Tokugawa Shogunate's isolationist foreign policy and began negotiations with other countries. Zozan Sakuma ...  more »
M-WAVE (Nagano Olympic Memorial Arena)
For the people of Nagano City, the memories or the exciting games played in the uniquely shaped athletic facilities in the city are unforgett ...  more »
Inokashira Park Zoo
Inokashira Park Zoo is a historic zoo opened in 1942. The zoo keeps 200 species of animals, such as Asian elephants, rhesus monkeys, raccoons ...  more »
Idemitsu Museum of Arts
Idemitsu Museum of Arts is located on the 9th floor of Teigeki Building which also houses the Imperial Theater. An exquisite view of the Imp ...  more »
Mitsuo Aida Museum
Mitsuo Aida is a calligrapher and poet, widely known by his book "Ningen Damono (Because I am human)" published in 1984. His Zen-based poetr ...  more »
Karatsu Castle (Maizuru Castle)
Karatsu Castle was originally built in 1608, with the materials of demolished Nagoya Castle. The castle is also called “Maizuru (Dancing Cran ...  more »