A special exhibition taking place at Osaka's Abeno Harukas Art Museum looks at works from the collection of the Marquis of Lichtenstein, and the event will display a total of 126 pieces including 63 oil paintings, beautiful ceramic pieces, and more. The collection has a history dating back to the 12th Century, and the works have been passed down from generation to generation.
Those who plan to visit on February 14th will also receive a commemorative postcard since it's the birthday of Count Hans-Adam II, the reigning Prince of Lichtenstein.
Adult admission to the event is priced at 1500 yen.
The Abeno Harukas Art Museum is located just a minute on foot from the Osaka Abenobashi Station, served by the Minami Osaka Line of the Kintetsu Railway, or two minutes on foot from Tennoji Station on the JR Osaka Loop Line.
As there is no on-site parking available, visitors to the museum are advised to use public transport where possible.
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