This month, an art museum in Nagoya exhibited a poster about the prevention of Spanish flu during the Taisho era, and everyone is paying attention. We also took a look. To understand, the Spanish flu that took place in 1918 swept the world and resembled the current new coronavirus. However, I guess that those who painted posters at that time never thought that they would be popular after more than 100 years [Yun Bei]
The Nagoya Art Museum is also a very important venue here. There are many art works to visit. The space of the art museum is also very large. The huge infrastructure is very attractive. It is also very interesting to visit here. There are many Japanese landscapes. painting.
Nagoya City Art Museum is located in Shirakawa Park in Naka Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Honshu Island, Japan. The museum officially opened on April 22, 1988. The collection contains about 5,000 art works including paintings by Kawaguchi Ryuo, Kawai Tamado, Fukuda Heihachiro and others.
The art gallery is not very big. It is right next to the Science Museum. Some people who visited early in the morning did not go in because of limited time. There were some painting exhibitions from time to time. I looked at advertisements. There are several recent exhibitions that are worth seeing.
Going to the Nagoya City Art Museum was also a temporary decision. When we walked nearby, we saw that this building is full of strong artistic atmosphere, which deeply attracted us to go in. The art gallery is very large and has a long-term fixed exhibition. What interests me.
Preston_Dominguez: 17-25,Sakae 2 Chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-0008, Aichi Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended ID Cafe,Ren,Rock Shore,Nagoya Castle,Nagoya TV Tower