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Yayoi Kusama's home town - Matsumoto! Her permanent exhibition isn't huge but it lists all her major art works and her biography. Too bad we missed her All About My Love temporary exhibition. Worth a visit.
I happened to find that Yayoi Kusama exhibition was going on at this museum when I visited Matsumoto. Before I left Matsumoto, I went to the museum and I was able to see the exhibition. I walked to this museum from Matsumoto train station. I...More
IF the yayoi kusama exhibition is still there this is a MUST see if you like this description. The collection is very playful and has several small room set-ups that surprise you with mirrors, glow-in-the-dark and lights. That makes this special exhibition a bit of...More
I visited Matsumoto to see Yayoi Kusama's exhibition and it was worth making a trip from overseas. I had seen a big exhibition in Tokyo last year, and I agonised whether I should make a trip and I am glad that I made an effort....More
Wonderful colorful exhibit. No wait lines like Seattle; Washngton DC;Toronto. Very, very reasonable admission price. Pleasant café with good food. Kusama Yayoi's exhibit was the highlight of my recent visit to Japan.
Enjoy Nagano-ken soba and the Matsumoto Castle, too.
Well known artist of Matsumoto, Yayoi Kusama's passionate collection can be seen here. Special exhibition is held until July.
Personally, I think inside of Yayoi is chaotic, she keeps herself by creating. Her pieces are her soul, they ask us who we are, what we...More
No it ended the 22.08.2018 in Matsumoto City Museum of art. HOWEVER, there is another special exhibition in the YAYOI KUSAMA MUSEUM in Tokyo until 31.09.2018 ("Here, Now, I Have Reached the Grandest Start of My Life")