MUZA Kawasaki Symphony Hall

MUZA Kawasaki Symphony Hall

MUZA Kawasaki Symphony Hall was opened in 2004, has a vineyard-style arrangement, with the stage surrounded 360º by a spirally configured audience seating area. In addition to the scheduled season performances by its franchise orchestra – Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, all of the orchestras in the metropolitan Tokyo area are invited to play in the Festa Summer MUZA held here in the summer.

Pipe organ

Pipe organ

The Swiss-made 5,248-tube pipe organ fills the vineyard-style symphony hall and resonates with symphonic sounds.


1310 Omiya-cho, Saiwai-ku   MAP

Kawasaki Nohgakudo Hall

Kawasaki Noh Theater

The most renowned Nohgakudo Hall in the Tokyo metropolitan offers traditional Japanese music and performing arts such as Noh.


1-37 Nisshin-cho, Kawasaki-ku   MAP

Street Musician

Street Musician

The “Kawasaki Street Music Battle” is held monthly at the central fountain plaza at LA CITTADELLA. Local musicians compete with each other for a round of applause from the crowds. Other music events around town fill the street corners with live music.


Kawasaki - City of Music Project Promotion Committee
Ongakunomachi Kawasaki

As part of the citizens’ efforts to build Kawasaki into a “ vibrant and prosperity city,” Kawasaki-City of Music Promotion Committee was established with members like ordinary citizens, musicians, education institutions such as music conservatories, music related organizations, the music industry, and other relevant groups to promote the music culture in Kawasaki through the broad effects derived from the utilization of the vitality in the private sector.



Kawasaki City Fujiko·F·Fujio Museum

Kawasaki City Fujiko·F·Fujio Museum

Go back to the excitement of your childhood with "Doraemon" and "Perman"!

It all started 12 years ago. "I want to give something back to the fans who have always supported my husband." This desire of the wife of manga author Fujiko·F·Fujio was finally realized, after 12 years, in September 2011, when this museum finally opened its doors.
According to the museum's PR Manager, Ms. Iijima, the museum houses more than 50,000 drawings. As you wander through the two exhibition rooms, in which approximately 130 of these drawings are on display, you will surely feel nostalgia for your childhood days spent reading "Doraemon" and "Perman." That this museum is visited by people of all ages, couples, and families spanning three generations is a testament to it bearing the name Fujiko·F·Fujio. Based in one of his principle ideals, "always draw giving consideration to my readers being children," a large number of materials have been gathered to recreate his own "work room," and the "Fujio On Sunday" corner allows the family and private life of this "manga author of the people" to be experienced. The gentle soul revealed here is said to have moved some visitors to tears.

0570-055-245 (9:30am-6:00pm)

2-8-1 Nagao, Tama-ku

Kawasaki Municipal Science Museum

Kawasaki Municipal Science Museum

A science museum with a state-of-the-art planetarium, that allows you to enjoy starry skies and an abundant natural environment

The brown-domed building that you can see past the trees of the lush Ikuta Park is the newly renovated Kawasaki Municipal Science Museum that was reopened on April 28, 2012. A variety of ingenious measures have been implemented to allow visitors to enjoy and become familiar with science under the themes of nature, astronomy, and science.
The planetarium utilizes the MEGASTAR-III FUSION planet projector that was developed for Kawasaki City, providing the world's top-class experience of viewing beautiful starry skies. From the Astro Terrace on the roof, you can observe the surface of the sun, as well as stars and planets that are visible even during the daytime, through a computer-controlled telescope.
At the entrance to the exhibit room stands an 8-meter geological stratum tower that shrinks the layers of earth in Ikuta Park to one-fifth its actual size. Also in the exhibit room you'll find insects, plants, and many other specimens that will introduce you to Kawasaki's natural environment under the themes of "hills," "towns," "Tama River," and "Ikuta Park."
In addition, Ikuta Park tours, nature workshops, science experiment classes, and a variety of other lectures and classes are available to allow you to experience nature and science yourself. We cordially invite you to come enjoy the new Science Museum to the fullest.


7-1-2 Masugata, Tama-ku (inside Ikuta Park) (Japanese only)

Kawasaki City Museum

Kawasaki City Museum

Comic strips and photographs related to the theme of “City and People” are on exhibit. Archeological, historical, and cultural artifacts of Kawasaki area and art works associated with Kawasaki are also on display.


1-2 Todoroki, Nakahara-ku (inside Todoroki Park)   MAP

Kawasaki Art Center

Kawasaki Art Center

This culture and arts center was openedc in fall 2007. It has a theater for live performances of plays and screening movies.

6-7-1 Manpukuji, Asao-ku   MAP

Masayoshi NakamuraArt Museum

Masayoshi Nakamura
Art Museum

This museum collects the works of Masayoshi Nakamura, a painter who painted not only Japanese-style paintings, but ceaselessly presented paintings of his own unique style.


7-2-8 Hosoyama, Asao-ku   MAP

Kouji Hall

Kouji Hall

Kouji Hall, built by Iwasaki Liquor Store on Oyama Road, has a gallery and a small hall for casual performances of classical music.


3-11-15 Mizonokuchi, Takatsu-ku   MAP




A 9-screen cinema complex here is located in AEON, near Shin-Yurigaoka station. Shopping and movies can be enjoyed in here.


1-19-1 Kamiasao, Asao-ku, Kawasaki (Shin-Yurigaoka AEON SHOPPING CENTER 6F)   MAP

Kawasaki ShinyuriFilm Festival

Kawasaki Shinyuri
Film Festival

This annual film festival in fall is held jointly by the community residents and local businesses.