- Architect: KISHO KUROKAWA architect & associates
The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama opened amid the lush greenery of Kita-Urawa Park on November 3, 1982.
Known as MOMAS (The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama), it is the first art museum the architect Kurokawa Kisho designed.
In addition to displaying our collection of fine artworks from modern Western masters to contemporary Japanese artists, we also hold special exhibitions focusing on unique themes.
Adding children’s programs and opportunities for citizens to show their works, MOMAS is full of exciting ways for you to get closer and enjoy art.
10:00 – 17:30 (Last admission 17:00)
Closed Mondays (except on national holidays and Saitama Residents’ Day), for New Year's holiday, and for maintenance.
Entrance Fee: Free
MOMAS Collection: Adults 200 (120) yen, University and senior high school students 100 (60) yen
*Group fee in brackets applies to 20 or more people.
*Junior high school students and younger free.
Disabled persons (and one attendant) free upon presentation of their ID booklet.
Special Exhibitions: Separate charge for each exhibition.
Kita-Urawa Station on JR Keihin-Tohoku Line. 3 min. walk from the West Exit.
Located in Kita-Urawa Park.
From Tokyo, take a train bound for Omiya on the Keihin-Tohoku Line.
Approx. 35 mins. from JR Tokyo or JR Shinjuku Station.
No parking at the museum, but discount (300 yen off for special exhibs., 100 yen off for MOMAS Coll.) available at "Mitsui Repark, The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama East".
Chartered buses should contact the museum beforehand. Disabled visitors can use allocated parking spaces though availability is limited.