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Nizayama Forest Art Museum

Nizayama Forest Art Museum

History and Outline

Opened on April 15, 1995. Acquired a hydroelectric power station, which was constructed in 1925 and intended to demolish, from the Hokuriku Electric Company and rebuilt an art museum. This museum aims to display the art of electricity and newly created energy of the local culture. Rebuilt to maintain as many traces of the power stations as possible, a red brick building in the elevated style of the Taisho era, a display area with a left over power generator, turbine, and an aqueduct to create a special atmosphere to stir our artistic imagination.


Collection and Exhibition

Opens original planning exhibitions in 4 times a year around a core of the plastic arts of the contemporary style making good use of the 10m high-ceilinged space.

364-1 Nizayama, Nyuzen-machi, Shimoniikawa-gun, Toyama-ken 939-0631 Japan
+81 765-78-0621
9:00am–5:00pm (no entry is permitted after 4:30pm)
Monday, the day after a national holiday, during the replacement of the works on display (about 1-2weeks), the winter season (from the end of December to the end of February)
Parking provided (capacity of 100 cars)
10 minutes by taxi from JR Nyuzen Station on the JR Hokuriku Line.
15 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Kurobe I.C.
3 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Nyuzen Smart I.C. (ETC-equipped vehicles only)