Taro Okamoto Museum of Art
Mukogaoka Yuen: Art museum
Taro Okamoto Museum of Art: Mukogaoka Yuen
Mukogaoka Yuen / Art museum
Open 9:30am-5pm (last entry 4:30pm). Closed Mondays.
Admission to the permanent exhibition is Y500. Admission to temporary exhibitions varies in price.

The artist Taro Okamoto was famous for his whimsical sculptures, paintings and large-scale murals, and one of his best-known works, "Tower of the Sun," became the symbol of the Osaka Expo in 1970. This museum is devoted to his works, and holds numerous special exhibitions in addition to showing their permanent collection.

Tama-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Masukata 7-1-5.
17-minute walk from Mukogaoka Yuen Station (Odakyu line); there are also buses the station.
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