|Suntory Museum came to an end in December 26, 2010|
|Written by KALONSNET Editor|
|Published: January 13 2011|
Suntory Museum was closed on December 26, 2010, and the land and the building will be donated to Osaka City free of charge.
Suntory Museum was opened in 1994 as part of the Suntory's 90th anniversary commemorative project, in Tempozan Harbor Village, Osaka, where Suntory began. It was eidely known by its unique architectural concept with a drum in the shape of an inverted cone embracing a sphere and two rectangular parallel pipes stretching outward to the sea was designed by the well-known architect, Tadao Ando, as well as the collection of over 15,000 poster masterpieces.
|Last Updated on January 13 2011|