1Amagasaki Cultural Center (Amashin Archaic Hall)
Comprising Amashin Archaic Hall, as well as facilities for art, cultural classes, and conferences, this complex is a popular venue for concerts, theater, traditional performing arts, and the like.
2Amagasaki Cultural Center Kazuo Shiraga Memorial Gallery
Amagasaki native Kazuo Shiraga had a unique painting style and garnered international renown. The Kazuo Shiraga Memorial Gallery serves to praise his achievements and share the wonders of his works with the world.
3Amagasaki Youth Creative Theater (Piccolo Theater)
With three halls, exhibition rooms, and a library of theater-related literature, Piccolo Theater is garnering attention for its range of programs including drama activities and seminars to help local youth pursue their creativity.
4Tano Ruins and Tano Museum
The Tano Museum displays many artefacts unearthed from the Tano Ruins, a government-designated historic site. In addition to these, there are panels and models showing how people lived in the Yayoi period (300 BCE–300 CE).
5Amagasaki Shinkin Bank Amashin Museum
Built in 2001 to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Amagasaki Shinkin Bank, the Amashin Museum seeks to promote local culture and community development. Regular exhibits include priceless materials about Amagasaki’s history as a castle town.
6Amagasaki Shinkin Bank World Piggy Bank Museum
The Amagasaki Shinkin Bank World Piggy Bank Museum—Japan’s first—has more than 13,000 items from 62 countries. With one of the world’s most comprehensive collections, the museum has become a source of local pride.