ミュージアムショップレストラン
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Address

Yokosuka museum of art
4-1 Kamoi, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa 239-0813
Tel: 046-845-1211 Fax: 046-845-1215
E-mail: kouhou@city.yokosuka.kanagawa.jp

 

Hours and Closed Day

Hours  10:00~18:00

Closed Each month’s 1st Monday (except when it falls on a public holiday).
December 29 through January 3.

 

Admissions
    Individual Groupe of 20 or more

Collection
Gallery

Adults 310yen 250yen

High-school,College,and
University students;Senior Citizens

210yen 160yen
Junior High School Students and
younger
free
 

Special
Exhibition

All except listed below Fee differs among events.

Junior High School Students and
younger

free
   

Admissions are totally free with following cases:
・City Anniversary Day (the Sunday closest to February 15 ) and Culture Day(November    3).
・Person issued with a disability pass and one accompanying caretaker.
・ High-school student who lives in or attends a school in Yokosuka.

The Admission for the Collection Gallery admits you also to the Taniuchi Rokuro Pavilion.
The Admission for the Special Exhibition admits you also to the Collection Gallery and the Taniuchi Rokuro Pavilion.

 
   
Access

■By Train
From Maborikaigan Station(Keikyu Line)/JR Yokosuka Station
Take the Keikyu bus bound for Kannonzaki and get off the Keikyu Kannnonnzaki Hotel and Yokosuka Museum of Art Bus Stop; 3 min. walk

From Uraga Station(Keikyu Line)
Final Stop on the Keikyu bus bound for Kannonzaki; 5 min. walk


 
 

■By Car
3km from Maborikaigan IC on the Yokohama-Yokosuka Toll Road(approx.5 min.)





 
 
 
Parking

Daily 8:00~22:00

 
 

Standard automobile
(120 vehicle capacity)

¥310
first hour; ¥150/30min.thereafter(daily maximum ¥1510)
*Visitors with admission ticket are no charge for one hour.

Motorbike and
motor scooter

¥210/entry
*Visitors with admission ticket are no charge.

Large Vehicles

¥1,540/entry
*Reservation of parking space are necessary. Please contact the museum in specifying the name of group, contact number and date of visit.

Bicycle parking is free of charge.

 
 
 
Physically-callenged visitors and Senior Citizens

・A person issued with a disability pass, with up to one accompanying caretaker, is    admitted free   of charge. Please show the disability pass at the Information Desk.
・Senior citizens of 65 or older are given discounts in the admission fee.
・Persons with disability passes can use the parking without charge. Please show the    parking   ticket at the Information Desk.
・Wheelchairs can be used without charge inside the museum. Please ask at the    Information   Desk.
・Every lavatory has a multi-functional compartment.
・Basement Floor lavatory has an ostomate-friendly bathroom.
・A person issued with a disability pass, with up to one accompanying caretaker, is    admitted free   of charge. Please show the disability pass at the Information Desk.

・Service dogs accompanying visitors are allowed to enter the museum.
 

Visitors with Young Infants

・Baby strollers and carrying slings for use inside the museum are available without    charge.   Please ask at the Information Desk.
・We have a baby feeding room on the 1st floor. It is locked when not in use. Please ask    at the   Information Desk when you need to use it.
  Multi-purpose bathroom with a baby seat is located on the 1st floor.

 

Collection Gallery

The Collection Gallery is a series of spacious corridors with natural light coming down through the lightwell from the upper floor. Taking a leisurely walk down these corridors, you will be able to have an overview of the development of Japanese art since the modern era up to the present, and also get to know many artworks through exhibit changes made four times a year. This section also includes the Asai Kan’emon Memorial Room.

 

Special Exhibition Gallery   Current exhibition

The museum has three halls of different sizes for special exhibitions. These halls can be used both individually or combined in various ways to hold temporary exhibitions, 4 or 5 per year, with a wide range of themes including overseas art as well as modern and contemporary Japanese art. This space is to be also used for showing the work of emerging artists.

 

Taniuchi Rokuro Pavilion

Taniuchi Rokuro is well-known for his nostalgic-style illustrations that portray the dreams and realities of the postwar era. From his best known series, Weekly Shincho Cover Illustrations, which is more than 1,000 in number, works are selected and shown according to various themes.

 

Library

The library has about 40,000 books, including art books, art reference, art magazines, and exhibition catalogs from other art museums. They are accessible to visitors without charge. The hours are the same as the Museum.

 

Museum Shop

This shop offers exhibition catalogs, picture postcards, and books on art as well as goods featuring works from the museum collection which are not sold elsewhere.
Tel:046-845-1277 Fax:046-845-1278
e-mail : yokosuka-ms@auc-cop.co.jp

 

Restaurant

In the restaurant, you can enjoy good Italian meals while also taking in the great view of the Tokyo Bay with its busy traffic of ships.
The hours are: 10:00 ? 21:30 (last orders at 20:00).
Reservation: Tel 046-845-1260 Fax 046-845-1261
Sorry, We cannot accept reservation of lunchtime (12:00~15:00) of Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.
http://acquamare.jp/

 
Musium Policies

Having food and drinks, smoking, and behavior that is annoying to other visitors, are prohibited in the museum.
Animals (excepting service dogs) as well as umbrellas and parasols are not allowed to be taken into the museum.
It is prohibited to bring possibly dangerous materials into the museum, or to use fire inside.

 
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