21st Century Museum Of Contemporary Art Kanazawa

21st Century Museum Of Contemporary Art Kanazawa is one of the best places to travel in Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for attractions, hours, access, map, spots nearby, and photos of 21st Century Museum Of Contemporary Art Kanazawa posted by Japanese travelers in the know.

21st Century Museum Of Contemporary Art Kanazawa 7 Reviews


A Symbolic Art Of This Museum 'The Swimming Pool'

Leandro Erich's 'The Swimming Pool' is very attractive to take pictures! It's can be seen both from the ground and inside the pool, and you can see from the ground for free.◎Though it looks to be filled up by water, it's just a pool which is 10 centimeters in depth on the clear glass. Under the glass, there's a light blue room and you can enter it (need entrance fee).


Like In The Water! A Wonderful 'Swimming Pool'

'Swimming Pool' is one of the most famous works of 21st Century Museum Of Contemporary Art Kanazawa. On sunny days, the ripples reflect beautifully like this picture. When you take pictures, use continuous-shooting to make you look floating in the water.


I Tried Jumping! So Famous Art 'Swimming Pool'

The sunlight makes shadows of ripple on sunny days though, it was raining when I visited here. During the most crowded time, people wait in a line to take pictures of the art Swimming Pool.


A Museum Like A Park You Can Enjoy All Of Your Families

Its circle shape is characteristic for the museum. It's a museum though like a park, you can enjoy leisurely. Of course, the pay exhibitions, even free zone you can touch the arts with people of all ages.◎Pay exhibition zone: 10:00-18:00 (Fridays & Saturdays -20:00) Close: Sundays & Mondays Free zone: 9:00-22:00 Close: new year holidays


Soooo Lovely Rabbit Chair

Rabbit Chair is a second famous (I think) thing next to Swimming Pool at 21st Century Museum in Kanazawa. The appearance of so many chairs line together is soooo lovely! And it's located at an area we can see for free before the entry to the museum.