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Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima

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The Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art is an art museum founded in 1989. It is in Hijiyama Park in the Hiroshima City, Japan. The building was designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa.AccessHiroden Hijiyama-shita Station
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  • We got lucky as there was a great exhibition on while we there, the manga and paintings by Tiger Tateishi and Yuchi Yokohama. Our teenage children loved these works. It was also a lovely stroll up the...  more »
  • Usual story for museums of contemporary art. great building design and some interesting exhibits by warhol etc but most father new exhibits are emperors new clothes and could be done by GSCe art stude...  more »
  • The main reason to come is to look down from the elevation and see Hiroshima city and wonder at the devastation last century. The building is good, but the location is dreadful for it. No vantage to t...  more »
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  • Really well worth a visit. Stunning building and the permanent collection items we saw were really good. The gardens/park are also stunning. If you go on a warm sunny day go to the supermarket at the bottom of the Skywalk and get some tasty treats to eat in the Moore Plaza overlooking the city.
  • Lovely museum. Well worth a visit.
  • It is a real Museum of contemporary art.
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  • Kurokawa designed
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  • Nice