Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts

In Commemoration of Gifts: Angkor Wat Stone Rubbings


In accordance with the government directives, and in order to prevent further spread of the Coronavirus, we will temporarily close from April 25 (Sunday) to May 31 (Monday), 2021.


9:30–17:00 (Last entry 30 minutes before closing)


Mondays  (Except  May 3)


Adults 300 (150) yen, University / High school students 200 (100) yen

* ( ) indicate prices for those in groups of 20 or more.

*Free for Junior high school students and under and those 65 years and older living in Osaka city. Please show proof of age (driver’s license, passport, etc.) when entering.


Angkor Wat is a Hindu temple in the capital of the flourishing Angkor Empire in Cambodia. It was erected by King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century. Its structure, which shows the beauty of symmetry, and the elegant relief decorations which adorn its walls attract people from all over the world.
The Angkor Wat Rubbing Society has donated rubbings of the relief decorations, which they’ve collected over four visits to Angkor Wat, to the museum. To commemorate this gift, we are opening an exhibition of these valuable rubbings to the public.

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Rubbed copy of Angkor wat stone wall relief Guardian with Raptor Head (Garuda)

Angkor period, 12th century

Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts



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