Kasama Nichido Museum of Art

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While Kasama is known for its ceramics, a few museums in the city exhibit paintings and sculptures. Kasama Nichido Museum of Art opened in 1972 and is one of the foremost institutes.

The Museum was created to provide all people access to inspiring works of art. The collection comprises works by Japanese artists and works by the Impressionists, who influenced the Japanese art. Visitors will be greeted with drawings of renowned artists such as Renoir, Monet, van Gogh, and Degas. There is also a rare exhibition of palettes used by well-known artists, which has been critically acclaimed. There are also sculptures installed in the attractive garden.

Information

Address
978-4 Kasama, Kasama City
Access
By public transport:
・From Kasama Station (JR Mito Line)
5 minutes by bus, get off at "Nichido Bijutsukan Iriguchi" (Nichido Museum of Art Entrance) and walk for 3 minutes. Or 9 minutes by taxi
・From Tomobe Station (JR Joban Line)
17 minutes by the Kasama Sightseeing Tour Bus, get off at "Nichido Bijutsukan Iriguchi" (Nichido Museum of Art Entrance) and walk for 3 minutes. Or 20 minutes by taxi
By car:
10 minutes from Tomobe IC on the Kita-Kanto Expressway
Business Hours
9:30 - 17:00 (last entry 16:30)
Website
http://www.nichido-museum.or.jp/index.html
Contact
029-672-2160
Parking
Standard-sized cars: 50
Microbuses: available
Large buses: available

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