The "Borderless Art Museum NO-MA," renovated in June 2004, stands in the historic Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings in Omi-Hachiman City, Shiga, making use of the Japanese-style rooms, storeroom and other features of a townhouse from the start of the Showa period (1926 - 1989). The museum is characterized not only by principally featuring pieces by those with disabilities, but also by allowing visitors to feel "the universal power for expression shared by all people" by placing these works alongside those of able-bodied artists.
|Address||16 Nagaharachokami, Omi-Hachiman City, Shiga|
|Opening Hours||11:00 - 17:00
Closed: Mon (if a holiday then closed the following day), days after national holidays (aside from Sat, Sun and another holiday)
JR Biwako Line Omi-Hachiman Station 10 min. by bus
10 min. walk after alighting at the "Osugi-cho" bus stop
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