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A place where you can enjoy precious collections from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in Japan

Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts

The place where you can see, in Japan, works of art from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, acknowledged to be one of the finest art galleries in the world, is the Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts, which opened in 1999 as a sister museum of the famous museum in Boston.
The Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts itself doesn't collect or keep any materials. Rather, it adopts a system of choosing and exhibiting works from among the collections at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston which match its own themes, and is the only place which constantly introduces outstanding collections from that museum to Japan.
It occupies two floors of the Kanayama Minami Building. In addition to special exhibitions of collections from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in the Boston Gallery on the 4th floor and works belonging to that museum in the Open Gallery on the 5th floor, the museum also exhibits collections from other museums, companies and individual collectors.
The museum shop in the lobby has merchandise imported directly from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This can surely be said to be a museum that will make any art fanatic happy.

SPOT OVERVIEW

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Location : 〒460-0023
1-1-1, Kanayama-cho, Naka-ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi
Fee : Adults 1,300 yen, junior high school age and under free
Opening
days / hours
: Tuesday to Friday 10:00 to 19:00 (17:00 on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays) * Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Parking : 347 passenger car parking spaces
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : Every Monday (the following day if Monday is a public holiday)
Phone number : 052-684-0101

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Nagoya Station, take the JR Chuo Line. Alight at Kanayama Station and 2 minutes walk.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    12 minutes from Nagoya Expressway Shirakawa exit.

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