美術館概要 About

One of the most highly regarded art collectors in Japan during the post-World War II period was Takayuki Masaki (1895-1985). His collection, which he accumulated in just one generation, consists of approximately 1,300 objects, including three Japanese National Treasures, and thirteen Important > Cultural Properties. In 1968, the Masaki art Museum was established in Osaka in order to exhibit his collection and make it available for research.

Many of the highly regarded pieces of the Masaki Collection are ink paintings and calligraphy. And this collection also includes a very highly regarded collection of aesthetic objects related to Tea Ceremony, including the Imperial Cultural Property,“Portrait of Sen-no-Rikyu”.
We hope you will fully enjoy the Masaki Collection.

Hours
10:00 - 16:30
(last entry 30 minutes before closing)
Closed
Wednesday
Admission Fee
Adults \700
University, High School Students \500
junior high school, primary school Students \300
Reference
Masaki Art Museum
2-9-26 Tadaokanaka, Tadaoka-cho,
Semboku-gun, Osaka 595-0812
Phone 0725-21-6000 Fax 0725-31-1773
Access
13 minutes walk from Tadaoka Station
on theNankai Railway
7 minutes by taxi from Izumi-ohtsu
Station on the Nankai Railway