Toyooka City Museum of Art

The Toyooka City Museum of Art was founded in honor of artists local to Toyooka City. Kiyonaga Itoh, a painter native to Izushi and famous for his fine-art nude paintings, donated some of his works to Izushi, kickstarting the creation of the museum in 1989.

Originally named the Itoh Kiyonaga Museum in honor of its first donor, the museum changed its name to the Toyooka City Museum of Art – Itoh Kiyonaga Memorial Hall as other local artists began to have their works displayed as well.

Currently, the museum houses works by Kiyonaga Itoh of Izushi, Hisaji Inagaki of Hidaka, Miyozo Kato of Toyooka, Hideo Kawahara of Hidaka, and Kozo Goto of Toyooka. Special exhibits are also held 2 to 3 times throughout the year.

Information listed below was last updated 01/2024 and is subject to change.Contact the business directly for updated information. Note, most businesses can only speak Japanese.


Business Name
Toyooka City Museum of Art - Itoh Kiyonaga Memorial Hall -
Business Hours
9:30~17:00 (last entry at 16:30)
Holidays / Closed
Wednesdays (following day if Wednesday is a national holiday), Dec 28~Jan 4, periodically during exhibit changes

This site is in Japanese.

Entrance Fee
Adult 500 yen, students 300 yen, middle school students and younger free
(Additional fee for all ages for special exhibitions)
Language Support
Sorry, but only Japanese is spoken.


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