Overview

General Information

Towada Art Center

〒034-0082
10-9 Nishi-Nibancho, Towada-shi, Aomori, Japan
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TEL: +81 (0) 176-20-1127
FAX: +81 (0) 176-20-1138
info@towadaartcenter.com

* Phone calls answered during open hours

Hours

Open

Art Center
9:00-17:00 (admission until 30 minutes before closing)

Cafe & Shop
9:00-17:00(last order 16:30)

Collaborative Space and Other Rental Spaces
9:00-17:00

Closed

Mondays
(except for National Holidays on Monday, in which case the museum is open on the holiday and closed the following Tuesday instead)

*The museum occasionally has irregular hours to accommodate events, construction, and maintenance.

Calendar

Admission

Prices

Adults
Collection: 510 yen
Exhibition: 600 yen
Collection + Exhibition: 1,000 yen

Children (18 and Under)
Free

* The collection is on view in between exhibitions. Contact the museum for more information on prices and schedules.
* Some events have separate admission fees.

Groups

20+ People
100 yen discount per person

Group Discount Form (Japanese)

Exemptions

Teachers accompanying schoolchildren and those accompanying a person with a disability are exempt from admission fees.

Admission Exemption Form (Japanese)

Facilities & Services

Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the Towada Art Center, Cube, and Art Square.
Use of Wi-Fi assumes your agreement with the terms and conditions found on the Towada City website.

Rental Spaces

Spaces
Towada Art Center Collaborative Space
Towada Art Center Lawn

Rates
Hourly Rate 330 yen
Daily Rate 510 yen

Size
89 square meters (Collaborative Space)

Rules

We ask that visitors abide by the following rules to ensure a better museum experience for all.

  • We may ask to check your belongings upon admission to the museum.
  • Large items such as suitcases, umbrellas, and camera equipment (monopods/tripods) are prohibited. Please use the coin lockers or leave your items with reception.
  • Dangerous, odorous, and raw items (includes flowers) are prohibited.
  • Pets are prohibited with the exception of assistance dogs (guide dogs, hearing dogs, and service dogs).
  • Smoking, eating, and drinking are prohibited (includes gum and candy).
  • Do not touch works of art or their display cases.
  • Refrain from talking on the phone in the museum.
  • Photography and video recording are prohibited without permission. (Rules vary by program and exhibition.)
  • Use only pencils when taking notes.
  • Refrain from entering the museum if under the influence of alcohol.
  • We recommend that you bring a jacket as the museum is fully air-conditioned.

Please follow any other instructions given by museum staff.

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