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- Entrance Hall
To improve accessibility for seniors and people with physical disabilities, the building has been made barrier-free, and most of the facilities open to visitors have been arranged on the ground floor.
Galleries 1 and 2 are designed to use natural light which facilitates ease of viewing. Gallery 3 has a window overlooking the sea. Gallery 4 is mostly used for holding small experimental temporary exhibitions.
- Resting place & lounge
Resting spaces where visitors may relax after the exhibition by taking in the view have been provided.
Our auditorium, equipped with multi-purpose audio-visual system, is used for holding conferences, film shows and a range of other activities.
Our restaurant offers a casual ambiance, a magnificent view of Isshiki Beach and an original menu making use of the fresh local seafood.
- Museum shop
The shop offers a variety of original items based on objects and motifs in our Museum Collection such as stickers, scarf and mugs.We also offer accessories, woodcuts, and engravings specially made by artists with a close connection to our Museum.
- Museum Library
The Museum Library is situated on the B1 level of the Hayama building. Despite being underground, its wide window opens over to a magnificent view of Sangaoka.
In the garden overlooking the Sagami bay you’ll find a bower surrounded by sculptures of Masaaki Nishiki and, dotted amongst the trees, other open air sculptures by artists such as Lee Ufan and Haruhiko Yasuda that accentuate the magnificent scenery still further. We invite our visitors to savour this delightful encounter between art and nature.