National Museum of Art, Osaka


This museum finished its renewal in the fall of 2004 in Nakanoshima area.
This museum collects, keeps, and exhibits modern artworks which have been collected over the last 40 years by using the building of World Expo Museum, built in 1970 for the Osaka Exposition.
The free space on basement floor is available for everyone without charge, and it is crowded with many people.

Name of the facility
National Museum of Art, Osaka

4-2-55 Nakanoshima, Kita-ward, Osaka-shi



Nearest station
■Higobashi Station (Osaka Metro Yotsuhashi line)▶Approximately 10 minutes walk from exit 3
■Yodoyabashi Station (Osaka Metro Midosuji line)▶Approximately 15 minutes walk from exit 7 via Tosaborigawa
■Fukushima Station (JR Osaka Kanjo line)▶Approximately 10 minutes walk to the South from exit 2
■Shin Fukushima Station (JR Tozai line)▶Approximately 10 minutes walk from exit 2
■Fukushima Station (Hanshin line)▶Approximately 10 minutes walk
■Watanabebashi Station (Keihan Nakanoshima line)▶Approximately 5 minutes walk from exit 2

Nearest bus stop
Tamino Bashi stop of Osaka city bus line 53 and 75, departing from JR Osaka station.▶Approximately 3 minutes walk

Business hours
10:00-17:00 (Last entry at 16:30)
Museum closes at 20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays (Last entry at 19:30)
※The closing hours may vary depending on the exhibitions.

Regular holiday
※If Monday is a holiday, the museum will be closed on Tuesday.
New Year's holiday
Temporary closure for exhibitions replacement.
※ The museum may experience some temporary closure in addition to these periods.

Admission fee
■Collection Exhibitions
Adult: 430 yen (220 yen)
University student: 130 yen (70 yen)
※ The prices within the parentheses are those for group visitors consisting of more than 20 people.
※Those who are high schoolers and younger, 65 years old and above, and having physical or mental disabilities & his attendant (ID required) can enter the museum for free.
※The prices for special exhibitions vary for each exibitions.