The “Tsuki-no-Niwa Gallery” is one of the cultural foundations at the Keihanna Commemorative Park. Located in the Suikei-en (Japanese Garden) on the 1st floor of the Kangetsuro Hall.
The place has a view of the garden and satoyama (nostalgic Japanese countryside), allowing visitors to enjoy art appreciation with a wonderful scenic view of the park.
Visitors can also enjoy outdoor exhibits in the garden and satoyama area, which is a park gallery’s unique charm.
Art exhibits, mainly from spring to fall, can be enjoyed for about 150 days in a year.
- Special Exhibits: Culture and environment theme art exhibits that are perfect for this park.
- Local Submission Exhibits: Art and photo submitted by the public are exhibited under the following 3 categories: Moon art, park photos, and photos of the local Keihanna area.
- Collaborative Exhibits: Local groups and art university collaborated art exhibits.
- Rental Gallery Space: Exhibits produced by various artists and local art fans.
When visiting the park, we hope you will stop-by and enjoy the exhibit at the “Tsuki-no-Niwa Gallery.”