Toyama Glass Art Museum
The Toyama Glass Art Museum is located nearby Toyama Station and exhibits a large collection of stunning glass artworks from around the world. Both permanent and temporary exhibitions provide stunning examples of this most skillful of artforms, spread across six floors.
Special exhibitions are held on the second and third floors, the permanent collection is housed on the fourth floor with the acclaimed ‘Glass Art Garden’ by American artists Dale Chijuly, located on the sixth floor. The museum itself is designed by acclaimed architect Kengo Kuma and includes a beautiful timber and glass atrium and also includes a gift shop, restaurant/café and Toyama City Library.
09:30 to 18:00 (20:00 on Fri & Sat
Open daily / closed on 1st & 3rd Weds of each month
JPY200 / special exhbitions are priced from JPY700-JPY1000
The museum is a 20-minute walk to the south of Toyama Station or alternatively, take the City Loop tram from the station and disembark at Grand Plaza-mae - 12 min / JPY210