The striking facade of the National Museum of Art, Osaka is inspired by a bamboo forest, although some believe that it has the appearance of gigantic rabbit ears, which is very appropriate if we consider the burrow of artistic treasures inside.
Culture lovers cannot miss this art paradise in Osaka. Buy a ticket and be amazed by visually fascinating works by Japanese lighting artists and works by western icons.
The first work of art you will find in the museum is the facade itself: a giant wall of glass and twisted metal that looks like a bamboo forest. This shocking encounter between nature and futurism is a magnet for selfies!
The show continues as you enter and descend the stairs. The huge open spaces challenge its underground nature. The collection changes throughout the year, so each visit is unique.
You’ll see an impressive collection of paintings, posters, prints, watercolors, sketches, photographs, sculptures, traditional crafts, and furniture designed to showcase the best of Japanese art, plus some complementary works by Western masters.
Show your digital ticket at gate B1.
It can be canceled up to 24 hours before the day of the visit (if selected).