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History and Outline
The Selene Museum of Art opened on August 1, 1993, at Unazuki Onsen (hot spring) at the entrance to the Kurobe Gorge under the fundamental principle of passing on the nature of Kurobe into the future through picture art. It commissions seven sympathizers and artists of contemporary Japanese-style painting— Hirayama Ikuo, Shiode Hideo, Fukui Sawato, Tabuchi Toshio, Takeuchi Koichi, Tezuka Yuji, and Miyasako Masaaki—to produce new works around the theme of Kurobe for display in a permanent exhibition.
ProjectPermanent exhibition, planning exhibition, lecture, symposium, traveling art exhibition and etc.
Collection and Exhibition
Houses works by Hirayama Ikuo, Shiode Hideo, Fukui Sawato, Tabuchi Toshio, Takeuchi Koichi, Tezuka Yuji, and Miyasako Masaaki, and works depicting the Kurobe Gorge by these artists. Introduces developments and trends in contemporary Japanese-style painting through a permanent exhibition and one or two annual planning exhibitions.
- 6-3 Unazuki-machi, Shimoniikawa-gun, Toyama-ken 938-0282 Japan
- +81 765-62-2000
- 9:00am – 6:30pm (from April 1 to November 30)
9:00am – 5:30pm (from December 1 to March 31)
(no entry is permitted 30 minutes before closing)
- Tuesday from November to March, the year-end
- Parking provided
5 minutes walk from Toyama Chiho Railway Unazuki-onsen Station.
30 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Kurobe I.C.