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What's New in Yokosuka

Check out the latest event and living information for Yokosuka!

Yokosuka Museum of Art
The Museum Recommends: Four Ways to Enjoy Art

Sat Sep 18 - Sun Nov 7, 10:00 a.m. - 6 p.m.
*Closed on Nov 1

There are four keywords to find out more about Yokosuka Museum of Art in this exhibition. Besides savoring about 100 artworks on display, by also enjoying the architecture, pictograms, and the landscape around the museum, we want you to rediscover “the fun of going to a museum.”

Chapter 1. Secrets in the Studio—The Studio Used by Western-style Painter Asai Kan’emon  When He Lived in Yokosuka
Chapter 2. Paintings and Book Designs—Modernist Paintings of the 1920s and 1930s and Bookbinding
Chapter 3. The Making of an Artwork—Contemporary Artists’ Methods and Materials for Producing Japanese-Style Paintings and Oil Paintings
Chapter 4. Explore the Museum—Outdoor Sculptures, the Sound Logo Played at the Opening and Closing of the Museum, and Pictograms

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Address: 4-1 Kamoi

Admission Fee*

Adults: 1,000 yen
High School and University Students; and 65 years and older: 800 yen
(Free for high school students living or studying in Yokosuka.)
Junior High School Students and younger; and those with disability IDs and their caretaker: Free

Free admission on November 3.

*Admission to this exhibition also allows for admission to the Collection Gallery and the Taniuchi Rokuro Pavilion

*The Taniuchi Rokuro Pavilion will be temporarily closed from September 20 (Mon) to December 17 (Fri) due to construction. We apologize for the inconvenience and ask for your understanding and cooperation.

When crowded, admissions may be limited and visitors may be asked to wait for a while before entering. When visiting the museum, visitors are requested to wear a face mask.

Exhibition schedules may be changed in the future depending on requests from the national and local governments.

Yokosuka Museum of Art
Special Section: The 100th Anniversary of His Birth, Taniuchi Rokuro - Endless Dreams

Sat Sep 25 - Sun Dec 12, 10:00 a.m. - 6 p.m.
*Closed on Nov 1 and Dec 6

The artist Taniuchi Rokuro (1921–81) became known nationwide through the covers he designed for the weekly news magazine Shukan Shincho, which was first published in 1956. The original pictures amount to approximately 1,300 works, most of which belong to Yokosuka Museum of Art.

In this exhibition, in addition to the cover designs for Shukan Shincho, a broad range of Taniuchi’s work is introduced. There are comic books published shortly after the end of the Second World War; dyed textiles produced at Rakuda Kobo, a studio run by his elder brother; lyrical works produced in his early years, which won The 1st Bungei Shunju Manga Award; book designs; and handmade toys for children. This is a retrospective looking back at a single stroke on the full story of Taniuchi Rokuro through precious original pictures and printed matter.

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Address: 4-1 Kamoi

Admission Fee

Adults: 380 yen
High School and University Students; and 65 years and older: 280 yen
(Free for high school students living or studying in Yokosuka.)
Junior High School Students and younger; and those with disability IDs and their caretaker: Free

Free admission on November 3.

*The Taniuchi Rokuro Pavilion will be temporarily closed from September 20 (Mon) to December 17 (Fri) due to construction. We apologize for the inconvenience and ask for your understanding and cooperation.

When crowded, admissions may be limited and visitors may be asked to wait for a while before entering. When visiting the museum, visitors are requested to wear a face mask.

Exhibition schedules may be changed in the future depending on requests from the national and local governments.

Yokosuka Modern Heritage Museum Thibaudier Residence

Learn about the history of Yokosuka and Japan's modernization and discover various historic sites and sightseeing spots that are featured within Yokosuka!

Address: 1-1 Shioiri-cho

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Renewal of Chuo Peace Park

The Chuo Park has been renovated and renamed to Chuo Peace Park! The renewed park features a 1,700m2 event space, an open view of Tokyo Bay, partial opening of the Yonegahama Gun Battery Site, and a newly built Peace Monument that will shoot a beam of light into the sky on the first of every month starting from May and on February 15, August 6, August 9, and August 15. A model for the previous Peace Monument is on display in the lobby of the Culture Hall.

Address: 19 Fukadadai

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Yokosuka Cycling Map

Enjoy cycling all around town with the Yokosuka Cycling Map! This map features three different routes, each with unique sights, milestones, and local specialities! Check out other details such as height topography for elevation changes along the routes and bike rental info!

Take a map and enjoy the ride!

Available at JR Yokosuka Station, Yokosuka-chuo Station, Soleil Hill, Suka-navi, Tourism Division at Yokosuka City Hall, and other locations.

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Back Number

The following are the back number issues of "What's New in Yokosuka," which had been distributed as physical copies until fiscal year 2019.

Fiscal Year 2019

Vol.65(2020.1)(PDF:1,099KB)
Vol.64(2019.11)(PDF:687KB)
Vol.63(2019.9)(PDF:1,224KB)
Vol.62(2019.7)(PDF:1,363KB)
Vol.61(2019.5)(PDF:1,665KB)

Fiscal Year 2018

Vol.60(2019.3)(PDF:4,549KB)
Vol.59(2019.1)(PDF:4,945KB)
Vol.58(2018.11)(PDF:1,173KB)
Vol.57(2018.9)(PDF:959KB)
Vol.56(2018.7)(PDF:925KB)
Vol.55(2018.5)(PDF:928KB)

Fiscal Year 2017

Vol.54(2018.3)(PDF:969KB)
Vol.53(2018.1)(PDF:1,033KB)
Vol.52(2017.11)(PDF:870KB)
Vol.51(2017.9)(PDF:347KB)
Vol.50(2017.7)(PDF:1,092KB)
Vol.49(2017.5)(PDF:924KB) 

Fiscal Year 2016

Vol.48(2017.3)(PDF:2,052KB)
Vol.47(2017.1)(PDF:1,939KB)
Vol.46(2016.11)(PDF:1,815KB)
Vol.45(2016.9)(PDF:1,838KB)
Vol.44(2016.7)(PDF:2,248KB)
Vol.43(2016.5)(PDF:1,930KB)

Fiscal Year 2015

Vol.42(2016.3)(PDF:1,909KB)
Vol.41(2016.1)(PDF:4,736KB)
Vol.40(2015.11)(PDF:1,992KB)
Vol.39(2015.9)(PDF:3,572KB)
Vol.38(2015.7)(PDF:2,002KB)
Vol.37(2015.5)(PDF:1,977KB)

Fiscal Year 2014

Vol.36(2015.3)(PDF:1,263KB)
Vol.35(2015.1)(PDF:977KB)
Vol.34(2014.11)(PDF:1,035KB)
Vol.33(2014.9)(PDF:1,087KB)
Vol.32(2014.7)(PDF:810KB)
Vol.31(2014.5)(PDF:972KB)

Fiscal Year 2013

Vol.30(2014.3)(PDF:1,005KB)
Vol.29(2014.1)(PDF:881KB)
Vol.28(2013.11)(PDF:1,243KB)
Vol.27(2013.9)(PDF:1,000KB)
Vol.26(2013.7)(PDF:1,005KB)
Vol.25(2013.5)(PDF:1,031KB)

 Fiscal Year 2012

Vol.24(2013.3)(PDF:969KB)
Vol.23(2013.1)(PDF:1,267KB)
Vol.22(2012.11)(PDF:1,002KB)
Vol.21(2012.9)(PDF:988KB)
Vol.20(2012.7)(PDF:1,027KB)
Vol.19(2012.5)(PDF:1,029KB)

Fiscal Year 2011

Vol.18(2012.3)(PDF:1,048KB)
Vol.17(2012.1)(PDF:1,063KB)
Vol.16(2011.11)(PDF:1,055KB)
Vol.15(2011.9)(PDF:949KB)
Vol.14(2011.7)(PDF:792KB)
Vol.13(2011.5)(PDF:879KB)

Fiscal Year 2010

Vol.12(2011.3)(PDF:848KB)
Vol.11(2011.1)(PDF:804KB)

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