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  • Yokosuka Museum of Art
  • Yokosuka Museum of Art
  • Yokosuka Museum of Art

Yokosuka Museum of Art



This is a suburban museum located in a park full of nature's wonders. It opened in 2007 and has about 5,000 works of Japanese modern and contemporary art, mainly paintings and sculptures. It was once selected among the top 5 museums with beautiful views, and its view from the rooftop plaza looking right over the Tokyo Bay is especially worth seeing. On the lawned plaza that faces the ocean, there is an iron sculpture that evokes a deep gorge that you can pass through, created by Isamu Wakabayashi, a Japanese sculptor. In the Taniuchi Rokuro Gallery are displayed the heartwarming works of Rokuro Taniuchi, a Japanese illustrator, who depicted the nostalgic Showa era. There is a library where you can freely look at materials such as art albums, art books, and magazines, which stimulates the intellectual curiosity of the visitors. It includes an Italian restaurant, Aquamare, where a famous chef works, and a museum shop. The museum is located at a two-minute walk from the Kan'non-zaki Keikyu Hotel/Yokosuka Bijutsukan Mae (in front of Yokosuka Art Museum) bus stop. You can take a bus toward Kan'non-zaki from the JR Yokosuka Station or the Maborikaigan Station on the Keihin Kyuko Line.

Location Information

  • Address

    4-1, Kamoi, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa, 239-0813

  • Nearest Station
    Maborikaigan Station
    ・ Keikyu Main Line
  • Phone Number
    Available languages
    only in Japanese
  • Hours
    10:00am - 6:00pm
  • Closed
    The 1st Mon. of the month
    New Year's holiday; open on national holidays

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