A Guide to Fukushima Museums
Updated: Apr 7
The museum houses a vast selection of 3,800 works, ranging from French Impressionism, 20th American Realism, Japanese modern paintings, prints, earthenwares, ceramics to textiles.
The permanent collection includes over three hundred forty pieces by Salvador Dalí, the fourth largest Dalí Museum in the world and the sole Dalí Museum in the Asia, as well as works by Sisley, Cézanne, Renoir, Matisse and Picasso.
This museum is dedicated to the works of the world-renowned woodblock print artist Kiyoshi Saito. Housing a collection of 850 of his works, including his well-known series Aizu no Fuyu (Winter in Aizu), the museum also holds four special exhibitions a year with about 90 works exhibited on each occasion.