Lawn and Public Zone Programs

Based on the architectural concept of a “museum open to the city like a park,” the Museum’s lawn and circular interior are separated by a transparent glass wall, through which visitors can see each other clearly. Arriving at the Museum, visitors encounter artworks and performances on the lawn that are conducive of lively exchange. Entering the Museum, they are immediately drawn into the bustle of the Museum’s Public Zone. “Open Marubi” and other activities that invite citizen involvement as a means of opening the Museum to the city will also actively be offered hereafter.