The Otsuka Museum of Art

Kita Tomomi

Jul 11, 2017

What if I tell you there’s one single place to see all of the world’s most famous paintings? Are you feeling excited? Without having to travel round the world, you can check out art classics like Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”, Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” and Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” all at once at Otsuka Museum of Art. The best part is, there won’t be any glass panels or ropes blocking your view!

From Basement 3 to the second floor, almost 1,000 paintings are displayed. There’re also audio guides you can rent to know more about the paintings you aren’t familiar with. There’re paintings like “The Last Supper” that you can view from a short distance, and there’re ones you look up to see displayed across the ceiling.

You can host your wedding at the museum, and take wedding photos in front of your favourite paintings. Overlooking the Seto Inland Sea, surrounded by nature, isn’t it the best place to exchange vows with the one you love?

(Usual entrance fee is 3,240 yen for adults, 2,160 yen for college students, and 540 yen for students from elementary to high school.)

世界でも一押しの有名絵画(yuumeikaiga)が一度に味わえる場所がある、と言われたらあなたはどうしますか?レオナルド・ダ・ヴィンチ「最後の晩餐」(saigonobansan)、ゴッホの「ひまわり」、ムンクの「叫び」(sakebi)など、世界を旅せずとも、この大塚国際美術館に来れば全てが一度に展示されている様を鑑賞することができるのです。しかも、厳重なガラスやロープはなし。地下3階から2階まで1000点あまりもの作品が展示されており、定時ガイドに参加すれば漏れなく絵画の知識を深めることができますよ。

至近距離(sikinkyori)で見られる「最後の晩餐」や、天井を見上げた先に広がる名画の数々には圧巻の一言。ここではウェディングを行うこともでき、好みの絵画の前で前撮りをすることができます。瀬戸内海(setonaikai)を見渡せる大自然の中で、愛を誓い合ってみませんか?入場料は一般で3,240円、大学生は2,160円、小学生〜高校生は540円です。

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