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Nishida Museum of Fine Arts

Nishida Museum of Fine Arts

History and Outline

Aug.1988  In the current first building, it was shown restrictively by some applicants.
Sep. 1993 The second building was built adjacent to the first one and it was started formally as Nishida Museum.
The theme for this museum is “Big harmony of nature, religion and the art”.

Project

Collection and Exhibition

Pottery and Earthenware Chinese, Gandhara, Egyptian, Greek and Persian
Religious paintings Icon, Mandala (Josaku Maeda)
Paintings Eastern Europe paintings, works of Michiyasu Furukawa, Ougetsu Yamamoto and Ichiro Hannya
Prints Western prints, Japanese prints

Address
1Gokakizawa,Kamiichi-machi,Nakanikawa-gun,Toyama-ken 930-0397 Japan
Telephone
+81 76-472-4352
Open
9:30am-4:30pm (last entry / 4:00pm.)
Closed
Mondays and Tuesdays (or closed only Mondays during plan exhibitions/the following day if it falls on a national holiday), the year-end and New Year holidays
Parking
Parking provided (capacity of 40 cars)
Access
5-minute by taxi from Kamiichi Station on the Toyama Chiho Railway.
20-minute walk from Shinmiyakawa Station on the Toyama Chiho Railway.
15-minute by car from the Tateyama IC on the Hokuriku Expressway.
10-minute by car from the Namerikawa IC on the Hokuriku Expressway.
36.718706,137.363566
Highlight
Inheritance of the Silk Road, Icon, Mandala, Europe paintings
URL
http://www.nishida-museum.com/