A Guide to Kagoshima Museums
As the only public art museum in the prefecture it accumulated a unique collection and contributed to the promotion of art culture in the region through projects such as exhibitions.
While focusing on the art of local artists, this museum collects, preserves, and exhibits pieces from both international and domestic artists from the end of the 19th century until the present.
The Nagashima Museum is an art museum exhibiting quite a wide variety of art styles including Japanese, Western, and New World archaeology.
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First opened in 2000, walking into the museum is a surreal experience. The grounds are littered with works from 23 artists who all surveyed the landscape before making their creations. These works represent the culture, history, and nature of the region, with all of the works fitting into the landscape like a silk glove. It is home to the revered pieces of Yayoi Kusama, such as ‘The Flowers of Shangri-la’, a whimsical array of Alice in Wonderland-esque giant statues of flowers.