Mie Prefectural Art Museum

Mie Prefectural Art Museum

The [museum has more than 6,000 masterpieces by artists such as Takeji Fujishima, Renoir, Murillo.]
The Mie Prefectural Art Museum opened in 1982, in the green hilly area near central Tsu City.

The museum's collection of about 6,000 works is classified into three main groups: works by artists related to Mie Prefecture; works by artists of the modern Japanese artistic style, including Saeki Yuzo; and works by foreign artists closely related to Japanese modern art, such as Marc Chagall and Jean Renoir.

In 1992, Mie Prefecture and Valencia Province of Spain signed a sister prefecture/ province agreement, resulting in the addition to the museum's collection of 'Saint Catherine of Alexandria' by Bartolome Esteban Murillo.

Mie Prefecture's specialty, Igayaki ceramic tiles, used on the exterior walls of the museum building, are also worth seeing.

[Admission Fee]
Adults(including 65 and over): 300 Yen, College students: 200 Yen, High-school students, junior high-school students and chiidren(12 and under): Free

about 10 min. walk from JR Tsu Station or Kintetsu Line Tsu Station
by bus and get off at the 'Bijutsukan-mae' bus stop

[Facility renovation work closed]
※Closed from December 12, 2022 (Monday) to late March 2023 for facility renovation work



Postal Code
11 Otani-cho, Tsu-shi, Mie-ken
9:30-17:00(last entry at 16:30)
Mondays (or, if Monday falls on a National Holiday, the following day); Dec.29-Jan.3


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