The Fukuoka Asian Art Museum is located in Takashimaya Department Store, and the Nakashu Kawabata Line of the Airport Line is just outside, as is the Bread Superman Museum. The works of outstanding modern Asian artists are included here, as are many of the works of contemporary Chinese artists. The gallery is on the seventh floor, with a direct elevator on the first floor, and a small exhibition hall on the eighth floor, also a fluid exhibition. There is a bookhouse coffee bar, many books, Chinese, even if you do not drink coffee, there are free seats to sit and read. Plum soda is the owner of the coffee shop they made it, really delicious! There are windows with the floor to the outside view (although there is no view, it is all buildings), the typhoon just passed suddenly clear, facing the blue sky and white clouds, sitting and don't want to go, flip through the books, look at the photos of the exhibition, the music tastes good, Background music is also easy to sit on.
A highly recommended art gallery. The works on display are all the works of Asian art masters. On the 7th floor of a furniture mall, there are many children’s picture books reading places outside the door. The ticket price is 200 yen per person. Students are 150 yen, and you can scan the QR code to listen to the explanation.
Fukuoka is very close to many countries in Asia, and it is also a very open city. The Asian Art Gallery here is open all day long, and artists from different countries from her shy countries hold personal exhibitions here regularly.
The Fukuoka Asian Museum of Art is a collection of masters of Asian art, and the whole museum is quiet and not crowded.
Asia art capital, really good.
This art gallery is very large, with a lot of works in it, collecting all kinds of works, and you can learn a lot about Asian art culture.
Just behind the Okura Hotel where I live, it is full of works by Asian artists. Tickets are required to see the exhibition.