Current Collection Exhibition

Design Collection Ⅱ
Special: ”HIROSHIMA APPEALS” and Posters for Peace from Around the World

July 15 - October 12, 2021

"HIROSHIMA APPEALS" is a project produced by the Japan Graphic Designers Association [JAGDA] Hiroshima section, along with other organizers, which aims to create and present posters that promote peace in Japan and abroad. Since 1983, one designer has been chosen every year [temporary breaks included], and the project still continues today in 2021. This year, in addition to this series, we will also introduce posters that promote peace from both Japan and abroad. Please come see how designers from Japan and all over the world make their appeals for peace.

Here, visitors can view a great number of posters that carry strong messages and symbolically convey wishes and express life, all the way from the masterful works of Yusaku Kamekura and Ikko Tanaka, major figures of the postwar design world, up to works by currently-active designers like Taku Satoh and Yoshie Watanabe. The 2021 "HIROSHIMA APPEALS" poster [design: Takuya Onuki] was also exhibited.


Period July 15 [Thu.] - October 12 [Tue.], 2021
Opening Hours 9:30 AM-6:00 PM [Last admission is 5:30 PM]
Closed Wednesdays [Except national holidays], August 10 [Tue.] and September 21 [Tue.], 2021
*Open on September 1 [Wed.], 2021
*Please note that the Museum may be closed for maintenance or an exhibition change out.
*Opening hours and days of the Museum may be changed depending on seasons or events.
Admission Adults 300yen [*240yen]
  • This ticket is for both the TAD Collection [Room 1] and the Design Collection [Room 5,6].
  • For groups of 20 people or more, admission fees in [* ] are applied.
  • Free admission both to collection exhibitions and special exhibitions for the following visitors.
    1. Children, students [elementary, junior high or high school students, etc.]
    2. Persons escorting children/students for school activities or social activities. [Submission of admission free application is necessary.]
    3. Disabled people with a physical disability certificate.
  • For seniors [70 and above] and university students or younger, admission to collection exhibitions is free.
Venue 3F exhibition room 5
Organized by Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design