About Shizuoka Prefectural Art Museum
The ultimate in Japanese beauty – Shizuoka Art Museum. The design of the museum is the work of TEN, a design firm led by Masahiro Kakimigahara. The design of the museum is a very good representation of the beauty of Japanese design, which lies in the tranquility of the museum, as the collection is mostly composed of landscape paintings from the 17th century onwards, works on the theme of Mount Fuji, etc., and also the Rodin Museum, which is centered on the works of Rodin. “Rodin Museum”.
How to get there
Get off at JR Kusanagi Station or Shizuoka Railway “Prefectural Museum of Art Mae” Station, and then take a Shizuoka bus and get off at “Museum of Art” Station;
20 minutes by cab from the South Exit of JR Shizuoka Station or 30 minutes by Shizutetsu bus from the North Exit of JR Shizuoka Station.
300 yen (200 yen for groups);
Free for elementary, high school, college and university students, seniors over 70 years old and the disabled;
Ticket prices for special exhibits vary depending on the exhibit, please refer to the website for details.
It is far from the center of Shizuoka, but it takes less than 20 minutes to get there by train. After you get off the train, you have to walk for about 10 minutes. The museum is in a small park, and next to it is Shizuoka Prefectural University, which is a 5-minute walk away.