📍 Localização e contacto
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O Museu de Artes da Ásia Oriental, em Köln, é um dos principais museus da Europa para a arte da Ásia Oriental. O museu abriga uma coleção significativa de arte da China, Japão, Coréia e outros países da Ásia Oriental, abrangendo uma ampla gama de períodos e estilos. O museu é particularmente conhecido por sua coleção de arte chinesa, que inclui obras das dinastias Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming e Qing. A coleção japonesa também é digna de nota e inclui obras do período Edo e do período Meiji.
O Museu das Artes da Ásia Oriental está localizado no centro da cidade de Köln, perto do rio Reno. O museu está alojado em um grande edifício moderno, que foi inaugurado em 2001. O museu tem um átrio espaçoso, usado para exposições temporárias. O museu também possui uma biblioteca e uma livraria.
O Museu de Artes da Ásia Oriental está aberto de terça a domingo, e a admissão é gratuita.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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🗣️ Museum for East-Asian Arts: Opiniões
Well maintained museum which was built in 1913, the oldest of its kind in the country.
A show worth seeing with Chinese, Korean and Japanese exhibits of high quality. Presentation and explanations are excellent. In addition to catalogs and an extensive selection of literature, the museum shop also offers beautiful ceramics from the Margaretenhöhe (Lee) manufactory. Unfortunately, the bistro with the beautiful view of the pond is closed at the moment. The ensemble is worth a trip, especially when the weather is nice. Parking is free(180min).
Great exhibition with great pictures and beautiful crockery including well-preserved records
Belo edifício de maneira brutal e minimalista, remanescente da arquitetura japonesa. Um tribunal interno cuidadosamente fornecido e tendia a esse estilo elegante está sempre à vista ao caminhar pela exposição. Por que quatro estrelas: mesmo que seja uma visão agradável de visitar e o preço é acolhedor, eu me senti um pouco entediado no meio do caminho. Musea desse tipo está lentamente sendo elevado a uma experiência mais do que apenas uma exposição. Uma ampla seleção de peças de todas as épocas não é mais suficiente, pois há muito mais para contar e mostrar, além de placas simples na parede. Ainda assim, uma estrela de 4 estrelas é merecida, pois é uma coleção muito boa, abrangendo séculos de arte e cultura do Leste Asiático. Eu apenas acho que poderia funcionar mais inspirador com um refrescamento da experiência do museu.
Manageable, but incredibly fascinating and exciting exhibition! Very nice and helpful staff. The visit was definitely worth it and left a lasting impression. Recommended!
Beautifully situated at the park and easy to reach by public transport. The exhibition is varied and entertaining.
Visit to the museum on August 21, 2022: Very informative, interesting discussion/guided tour by a competent, friendly lady with great expertise. The focal point was the exhibition "Focus on Asia".
Great museum & friendly staff!
A very beautiful and spacious museum
Due to renovation work, the museum was smaller - but it fit because I wasn't overwhelmed by the information overload. staff very friendly.
My past that lasts forever
A beautiful museum with a small museum shop and a small outdoor terrace where you can have coffee. The Shin Hanga exhibition was well worth seeing.
A really nice ambience and a pleasant atmosphere. The works of art are given enough space and you don't feel overwhelmed. Gladly again ☺️
Very nice exhibition with fascinating works of art!
Situado no meio de Parkland, perto da universidade, esta pequena jóia de um museu está bem curada, com alguns artefatos excepcionais. As traduções para o inglês acabaram no meio do museu (talvez nossos níveis de concentração devam cair!), Mas vale a pena uma visita
A place to encounter Far Eastern culture. Today is my third visit to the Shin-Hanga exhibition, Japan's modern color woodcut. A presentation of beautiful prints with outstanding exhibits. Fortunately, the chronological context and the techniques of wood printing are explained to me in an understandable way. After all, I'm not an expert. The focus for me, however, is the direct encounter with beautiful prints that inspire aesthetically and technically every time. The exhibition makes me curious and I'm already looking forward to future visits to the MOK. My thanks to the exhibition team.
Amazing. Quiet retreat from the city hassle
Saw the woodblock collection there. So good
Wunderschön So nice and the nature is also unbelievable I fall in love with this place The swans and the duck’s are so cuuute swimming everywhere there with their babies The coffee seller was so mean and not friendly at all He was kind of screaming everywhere and unsatisfied That’s the only thing I didn’t like there Otherwise everything was perfect
The building is absolutely beautiful. A must go if you're in Cologne.
Beautiful and very appealingly curated exhibitions - currently e.g. on the art movement 'Shin-hanga' (Japanese woodcut). If you are interested in art-historical and socio-cultural topics related to East Asia, it is always worth a visit!
Especially in Corona times a nice opportunity to experience Asian flair in the middle of Cologne. Very great museum of East Asian art. The terrace is great too.
I highly recommend visiting this museum, very nice workers and beautiful exhibitions
Great museum, with beautiful grounds! Both the permanent exhibition and the current exhibition were great and lovingly put together.
The new exhibition was great! Overall also a pleasant ambience.
Amazing museum! It has varying exhibitions and a nice cafe.
A visit to the Museum of East Asian Art was very interesting for me as I have not yet visited Asia.
Great exhibitions on Asian art, signage sometimes in German only but there will typically be a booklet with translations into English somewhere nearby
Always a new exhibition
rare and amazing artwork. very nice and informative setup. loved every single artwork and sculptures. Must visit...
I was surprised to find such gallery in Germany but I liked the exhibitions.
The East Asian Heritage Museum is a beautiful small building that will take you to Eastern Asia, located just next to Hiroshima-Nagasaki Park, I recommend hopping off at the University Banhof, which is directly next to the museum, now you can choose between walking around the giant pond and the arounds first or visiting the museum. For a good visit, allow a couple of hours, as the building, even if it seems small, contains a lot of treasures.
Nice musem with asian arts.
The content of exhibition contained very ancient antiques and the experience range is beyond the expactation ! Worthy to visit once If u r interested in east asn. history + old cultures
Basically a very relaxing place, except for the occasional screaming toddler who snaps you out of the moment. Of course, the place can't do anything about that, since it's a municipal museum, so it can't ban children from it of its own accord. (The city of Cologne gets a star deduction for this). The security guards are all very nice and, when taking pictures, tell you not to tear down the millennia-old Japanese scrolls with my backpack. A parking disc is also available for a small deposit, so that the private parking surveillance company does not give you a €30 ticket. (Really good!) All in all worth a visit.
A museum with unforgettable events and exhibitions of Asian art and culture. I really like the museum's tagline that he posted on his website. “With its exhibitions, the house invites you to appreciate the art and culture of the Far East in terms of world art; any form of racism has no place in it. "
It's a rather small place that takes themselves serious. Every exhibition I have gone to has been neatly organized and amazed me. Also their gift shop include various books, some historical, on the topics of their exhibitions
Um lugar maravilhoso exibindo peças do leste asiático. É muito bem organizado e acolhedor no interior, com um café encantador no saguão, também dando uma janela no pitoresco jardim. O museu tem uma coleção estável aberta a visitas o tempo todo, além de uma seção temporária que muda anualmente. O para este ano é chamado de "bêbado com sobriedade" e mostra o papel de bebidas como álcool e chá nas obras dos artistas. Cada uma das peças é incrivelmente bonita e contando uma história. O local está aberto das 11 horas e há um evento especial ao meio -dia, com a vitrine de música cerimonial de sino, que achei extremamente agradável, enquanto contemplava o jardim. Os corredores internos são bastante charmosos, com muitos assentos e livros para ler, sobre os tópicos. Minha visita foi gratificante, e eu recomendo a todos com paixão pelo leste da Ásia, ou um gosto estético pela arte.
Although I was born in Cologne, I only recently discovered this gem by chance during the KölnTag. Immerse yourself in a fascinating other "world" and culture,
A rather inconspicuous from the outside, but very interesting and beautiful museum. Highly recommended on the first Thursday of the month (free entry for residents of Cologne). After the tour you can sit in the café in the museum, from where you have a picturesque view of the Aachen pond and Hiroshima-Magasaki Park and a small Japanese garden.
gorgeous and delicate selection that shows in facts and aesthetics the long running curatorial wffort of the institution. It was a pleasure to hear bells from 3000 years ago chinese culture. Granted thar I will go to the next expos. The restaurant is not bad and the looks to hiroshima park and the inner pond are also cool, sadly the menu has almost no Asian Food but that is ok since it is a museum of the city of Cologne and not a theme park. Anyways some fermented foods like Natou or Kimchi would be a great add on to breakfasts. Super nice place, 5 stars overall.
Gesamtkunstwerk, which also leans heavily on Japan in terms of architecture, interior design and courtyard garden. Again and again very interesting exhibitions. The attached "tea house" with panoramic views of the Aachener Weiher is very beautiful.
A worthwhile excursion destination, not only because of the collection, which focuses on Japanese and Chinese art, but also because of the attractive museum building, which in its architectural restraint with interesting structural and plastic details goes well with the exhibited objects. A visit is always worthwhile, not least because of the interesting special exhibitions and the events accompanying the exhibitions. The museum café is also recommended.
Museu mostra vários itens pertencentes principalmente da China e da Coréia. Há também uma cafeteria e livraria (principalmente livros relacionados às culturas asiáticas).
I loved the exhibition and the tour guide had so much passion, it's great!
A small museum, I happened to visit when an extensive exhibition about woodblock prints was on show. The exhibition was extremely well curated.
Some really nice exhibitions, be sure to look up what they have to see at the moment.
Great tour of a really interesting exhibition! You get really good access to East Asian culture. There are extremely exciting exhibits of inestimable cultural value.