Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum, Nagasaki

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Within a futuristic building designed by one of Japan's top architects, Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum displays modern European and Japanese art. The permanent exhibit focuses on pieces created by local artists, but the museum also boasts a remarkable collection of works by Picasso, Miro, and Dali. Visit the rooftop garden for sweeping views of the bay, or walk over the glass bridge linking the two section of the museum with a small cafe serving cakes and beverages. Check the website for temporary shows. Add Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum to your Nagasaki travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Nagasaki family vacation planner.
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  • Tara-fascinated by ncirochma flyers to the photo exhibition. It was filled with love for the Alaskan Earth works group. Cute baby harp seals and sea otters.
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  • Construction using large glass art museum, plus/f end of high, increase the adoption of indoor light, even in the Museum within the parameter view, also gave a kind of close to the outside Environment, completely without 同“局促” Feeling. Coupled with the art museum's rooftop terrace Agora of the game people for having used in the sunset hour out of platform, watching the sunset and Feeling comfortable. There was no art museum into the vicinity of charge, but some of the bibkn posted by del Carmen tickets to another participant views.
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  • New stadium plans by 2020, Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic venue, the architect Kengo Keigo's works (his father was born in Omura, Nagasaki prefecture). Pablo Picasso is still a dove (1941). Must see places in Eastern institutions interested.
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  • Nice art museum just next to the waterfront. I saw the Pixar limited run exhibition, which was very good. I also looked at the vaguely titled 'paintings' section, which was impressive, but not giant names, so don't go if you're only looking for very famous work.
  • Building is beautiful! I strongly recommend to visit the roof garden, which is free of admission!
  • Beautiful architecture, good gift store. Had a free exhibition on photography on the ground floor.
  • The cafe inside is relaxing, with good view. The first floor is free admission.
  • Nice place to have great views of the harbour.

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