The Miyagi Museum of Art exhibits works mainly related to Miyagi Prefecture and the Tohoku region. In addition to contemporary Japanese paintings, Western paintings, woodblock prints, sculptures and crafts, the museum also stores foreign works (e.g., Kandinsky and Klee) and original pictures from picture books of postwar Japan.
You can experience art by making pieces yourself in addition to looking at the permanent exhibitions and special exhibitions. You will find the tools that will enable you to produce paintings and woodblock prints and to make pieces from wood, metal and earth in the creative room. You will also come across members who staff who will give you concrete advice in this room.
There are four gardens inside and outside the museum. They each form a space with a different tenor. There are also outdoor sculptures here.
- Adults: 300 yen (Groups: 240 yen)
Students: 150 yen (Groups: 120 yen)
Elementary, junior high and high school students: Free
- Opening Times
- 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Last admission: 4:30 p.m.)
- Mondays (the next day if that Monday is a public holiday)
- ●7 minutes on foot from West 1 Entrance of International Center Station or 7 minutes on foot from North 1 Entrance of Kawauchi Station on the Sendai Municipal Subway Tozai Line
●Approx. 15 minutes from Sendai Miyagi IC on the Tohoku Expressway
- Car Park
- ●Standard-sized cars: 100 spaces
●Large-sized buses: 5 spaces
●For disabled users: 5 spaces
- Official Website
- Visit this website
- Reviews (TripAdvisor)
- Telephone Number