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Yokosuka Museum of Art, Yokosuka

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Yokosuka Museum of Art (横須賀美術館, Yokosuka bijutsukan) opened in Kannonzaki Park (観音崎公園), Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, in 2007. The collection, numbering some 5,000 pieces, includes works by Fujishima Takeji and Nakamura Tsune.
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  • The Art museum focuses on contemporary art in Japan. This includes artists of new and old. Allow about two hours to see everything that the museum offers. Wear walking shoes because the art work...  more »
  • This museum is stunning to look at. Incredible views across the bay and innovative use of light and shade make this museum an architecture fan's delight. The restaurant has a great reputation and the....  more »
  • This is a lovely modern museum in the midst of a park near Uraga Japan. We took the bus from Yokosuka about 30 min and really enjoyed the beautiful views of the ocean from the bus and also from the...  more »
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  • I unexpectedly stopped here during a long walk on a fairly cool day. I was surprised by all the exhibits available and presented with no entry fee. I had been nearby recently at an event at a auditorium located in the immediate area but did not recall seeing this place. A nice way to spend an hour or two.
  • Spaced-out nice architecture. The collection exhibition is reasonable along with other museums.
  • A beautiful museum. I didn't expect much from this local museum, but was pleasantly surprised. They have good collections of the early 20th Japanese painters, and the rooftop has a wonderful view. But, they didn't have much explanation in English. That was one thing negative.
  • An excellent little museum, and nice place to seek temporary refuge from the sun. I happened to go during the Koji Nakazono exhibition, and was quite impressed with the representative sample of his body of work. My only criticism is that it could have done with a little more description and narrative alongside the work. It has a cute gift shop, and the Italian restaurant is relatively good value for money when it comes to a lunch set with a beautiful view of the water.
  • I love the restaurant here. It has such a beautiful view!! The food is amazing too!

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