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Kawasaki City Museum: Museum (ミュージアム)

川崎市民ミュージアム

General Information

Facility: Kawasaki City Museum
Address: Todoroki 1-2, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki-City, Kanagawa 211-0052
Phone: +81-78-262-5050
Hours: 9:30-17:00 (Last admission 16:30)
Closed:
Monday (open if Monday is a holiday)
The day after National Holidays (open on Saturday and Sunday) 
New Year's holiday

About the Museum:

The Kawasaki City Museum opened as a cultural complex of history and art in November, 1988. The theme of the museum is  "The City and Its People."

The exhibits and collections of the museum have two categories. One function is to present the history and progress of Kawasaki City. This includes exhibiting archaeological historical and folk artifacts.  The other function of the museum is to present contemporary artistic expressions with exhibits of posters, photographs, manga, films and videos by artists who have drawn inspiration from the urban environment of Kawasaki and other cities.

Summary of Collection(s)

Focus: Archeology, History, Fork Art, Fine Art, Performing Art

 

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Visiting the Museum

Admission:

  • Admission fees for temporary exhibitions and gallery exhibitions varies.

  • Free for the Gallery of History and Folklore, and the Grand Promenade

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北米日本研究資料調整協議会
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