Towada Art Center is a museum of modern art featuring architecture and modern art pieces by domestic and international artists. Works of art are exhibited indoors as well as outdoors, creating an immersive artistic atmosphere. The museum is located on the Kanchogai Dori (Government Offices Street), which has been selected as one of the 100 best streets of Japan. The Art Center serves as the heart of the local development of architecture and arts, while the entire street has been developed as if it is a museum on its own.
Making the Entire City One Art Space
The Towada Art Center was established during the first phase of an arts project by the city of Towada. The permanent collection holds many exclusive pieces by 33 artists from Japan and abroad such as Yoko Ono, Yayoi Kusama, Choi Jeong Hwa, and Ron Muek. The museum also holds a gallery space, café, and other facilities for its visitors.
|Address||10-9 Nishi Niban-cho,Towada-shi,Aomori 034-0082 JAPAN|
|Open||Exhibition Spaces 9:00~17:00 Café and Rest Area 9:00~17:30 Rental Hours for Citizen Activity Space 9:00~17:00|
|Closed||Mondays(If Monday falls on a national holiday the following day) *Closed dates are subject to change due to special events, construction, or maintenance.|
High School Students and younger,Attendants of persons needing assistance,Teachers and staff accompanying students:Free
*Group Discount:¥100 Discount(20 or more people)
*Only Permanent Collection is available for viewing during transition between special exhibitions (Adult:¥510)
*Special events may require additional fees.