Located at the underground floors on Nakanoshima Island in central Osaka, the National Art Museum of Osaka features some of the best Japanese and foreign contemporary art.
It was originally built in November 2004, but was re-designed it 2007 - using the designs of Arata Isozaki and Cesar Pelli, respectively. Additionally, the concept was to represent growth and bamboo plants.
Most of the artwork collections are from renowned artists in their field, among them are Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, and Yasuoo Kuniyoshi.
Be sure to go through every room/area in the museum. They exhibit some of the most interesting items in the history of contemporary art.
There's also an auditorium, where occasional exclusive performances are held, and a restaurant just below ground level, which is known to provide great refreshments.
It's a 5-10-minute walk to the west of Higobashi Station (Yotubashi Subway Line)
Opened from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
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