Located in Tennoji Park, the Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts opened in 1936. The Chausuyama area where the museum stands, which was the site of the Sumitomo family estate, was donated together with the famous garden Keitaku-en to the City of Osaka, which constructed the museum. The facility is widely renowned for the quality of its collection of Chinese and Japanese works of art, which are of various fields including paintings, sculptures, calligraphy, metalwork, porcelain, lacquer ware, and dyed textiles. Currently, the museum’s collection comprises approximately 8,000 works of art. Galleries in the Main Building feature special museum-planned exhibits as well as a regular exhibit featuring the museum’s own collection and works on loan to the museum, including National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties. The basement exhibit rooms house public exhibitions organized by a variety of art organizations.
Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts
●Address/1-82 Chausuyama-chō Ten'nōji-ku osakashi osakafu
●Hours/9:30 to 17:00 （Last entry ends at 16:30）
●Holidays/"Closed on Mondays (unless Monday is a national holiday, in which case the museum will be open Monday and then closed the following day), Year-end and New Year Holidays, period of exchanging exhibitions.
Regular exhibit will change sometimes, and be subject to be closed due to replacement of exhibit."
●Admission/300 yen for adults, 200 yen for university and high school students, free for junior high school students and below and seniors 65 above who live in Osaka City (extra charge for special exhibition)
◆Access/10-minute walk after getting off at Tennoji Station of JR or Subway, or getting off at Osaka-Abenobashi Station of Kintetsu
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