A Town for Culture and the Arts

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2012-05-14

MUZA Kawasaki Symphony Hall

MUZA Kawasaki Symphony Hall (temporarily closed due to the March 11th earthquake and due to reopen in April 2013 after remodeling)
It originally opened as a symbol of “City of Music - Kawasaki ”, commemorating the 80th anniversary of the city’s incorporation. Having its acoustics globally acclaimed, famous domestic and international orchestras and musicians, including the city’s franchise, The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, have given performances here.

City of Culture and Arts Enriching the Soul and Broadening the Mind

Kawasaki City has many spots where people grow close to culture and the arts, such as the world class “MUZA Kawasaki Symphony Hall”, the “Fujiko·F·Fujio Museum” where all generations can enjoy his world and messages, and the “Taro Okamoto Museum of Art” which collects the works of a famous Kawasaki-born artist.

Fujiko·F·Fujio Museum

Fujiko·F·Fujio Museum
At this museum, which opened in September 2011, works of the manga writer, Fujiko·F·Fujio, renowned for creating “Doraemon,” “Perman,” and “Shin Obake no Q-taro”, are exhibited.

KAWASAKI MUNICIPAL SCIENCE MUSEUM

KAWASAKI MUNICIPAL SCIENCE MUSEUM
Located in Ikuta Ryokuchi Park, nestled amid abundant nature, the remodeled museum will have a new planetarium and offer visitors opportunities to enjoy scientific and natural experiences (due to open on April 28, 2012).

Kawasaki City Museum

Kawasaki City Museum

Taro Okamoto Museum of Art

Taro Okamoto Museum of Art

Kawasaki Art Center

Kawasaki Art Center

Kawasaki/Shinyuri Art Festival(Arte Ricca Shinyuri)

Kawasaki/Shinyuri Art Festival(Arte Ricca Shinyuri)