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#1 of 70 Museums in Chiyoda
We were privileged enough to see the Great Spanish masters exhibition from the Prado but it regularly hosts fabulous works from the world's great galleries and museums.
I went to see the exhibition on the Masterpieces of Nabis from the Museum D'Orsay, which was very well done and interesting.
#2 of 70 Museums in Chiyoda
Located on the northwestern corner of the Imperial Palace area, this is a great museum for Japanese art, and although it focuses on modern art, it shows art of the past 2-3 centuries.
The Modern museum has an excellent audio guide which helped us make our way through the 3 floors of exhibits in the stunning building, which was designed by architect Taniguchi Yoshiro and built in 1969.
TOKYO Samurai Kembu Shintomicho 3.1 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Shintomicho
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Shitamachi Museum Ueno 2.5 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Ueno
This is on the southeastern edge of the large park which contains lots of other, larger museums.
Even our 11 year old daughter, who declared all museums to be boring, was interested.
National Museum of Western Art Taito 3.2 km away
#2 of 46 Museums in Taito
It's nicely laid out and flows very nicely so whereas some museums explicitly label the different areas- here you follow the route round and enjoy the journey from biblical portraits through to modern art.
... TOKYO Based on a bequest by the Matsukata Collection, the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, (NMWA), was set up in 1959 at the famed Ueno Park – the largest park in Japan and home to several great museums.
#3 of 188 Museums in Chuo
This fascinating museum is located near Tokyo Station and is an annex to the Bank of Japan.
A free museum.
Edo-Tokyo Museum Sumida 3.9 km away
#1 of 37 Museums in Sumida
We have a family tradition of visiting city history museums on the first day that we visit a new city, as a form of introduction to the local culture and history, and this museum provided a perfect opening to our...
There are many museums in Tokyo however the Edo Museum provides a superb overview of how people live in Tokyo...their homes, technology and culture.
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Idemitsu Museum Marunouchi
#1 of 3 Museums in Marunouchi
Tokyo National Museum Taito 3.5 km away
#1 of 46 Museums in Taito
Located in Turbo park with other art museums, the science/natural history museum, and the zoo, around a huge mall with fountains and cherry trees.
Walked here via Uneo park - had a lovely walk all be it very touristy but the museum was a good experience and very worthwhile - unlike many museums in Japan this one is in English as well which it makes it a lot...
Mitsuo Aida Museum Marunouchi
#2 of 3 Museums in Marunouchi
... 英語でも詩の内容が併記されており、海外からの観光客もその詩の意味を解釈できるものの、あくまで併記に過ぎず『書』としての作品性までは伝わりにくい。書の構成や濃淡の意味などを学芸員に尋ねるといいかもしれない。 It is a museum for works of Mitsuo Aida who were poet and a calligrapher.
This is a small museum located in the Tokyo International Forum.
#3 of 3 Museums in Marunouchi
Great find this Museum in the city of Tokyo!
By the way, this wonderful museum is free and even the lockers are free to use (you are required to lock your umbrella and backpacks in the proper places at the entrance of the museum, and the lockers will refund...
21 21 DESIGN SIGHT Akasaka 3.6 km away
#1 of 4 Museums in Akasaka
One of my favorites museums in Tokyo!
This is a smallish (by Japanese standards) museum, though in a beautiful location next to a tree-lined river and in an architecture lovers grotto.
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#4 of 46 Museums in Taito
This museum is one of many museums situated in Ueno Park so if its here you're to visit, make sure you enter the building with the life sized blue whale sculpture outside, hard to miss but we managed it and entere...
This place has many fossils compared to most of the Natural history museums in US and its free for kids!
#1 of 2 Museums in Uenokoen
A great museum for a rainy day
This museum covers everything however, and we were fascinated to see the gaps around the two popularly covered eras filled in.
Samurai Museum Shinjuku 4.5 km away
#1 of 62 Museums in Shinjuku
Unlike the city museums, you have plenty of time and space to examine this amazing Samurai exhibit and take photos in a nice, quiet setting which I really appreciated.
Brilliant!! Unlike most museums a member of staff will guide you through each item in the museum and explains the history behind it.
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Nissan Crossing Chuo 2.8 km away
#2 of 188 Museums in Chuo
Nezu Museum Minato 4.8 km away
#1 of 102 Museums in Minato
One of the best museums I visited in Tokyo in an immaculate, tranquil setting.
Two for the price of one: a beautifully designed small museum of art treasures from ancient Japan and China, and an exquisite and extensive garden, with small stream and pond and several tea houses (for formal tea...
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Fire Museum Yotsuya 3.0 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Yotsuya
its a free museum but worth more than some of the museums that charge.
Has per Tradition of the Japanese this is a very well organised museum, where you can see that the kids go there and learn what to do in emergency, earthquakes, really a go-in and see the Entrance fee is 0
Mitsui Memorial Museum Chuo 2.0 km away
#4 of 188 Museums in Chuo
The museum itself is housed within a historically protected building which I find appealing and the museum focuses on traditional Japanese arts (eg, themes revolve around tea ceremony and accompanying equipment).
This museum is easily accessible from Mitsukoshimae exit A7 which leads almost directly to the entrance to the museum.
The National Art Center, Tokyo Minato 4.0 km away
#3 of 102 Museums in Minato
A few museums are as well set up as this one, which was incredible.
Tokyo is full of trendy galleries and nice museums.
#1 of 39 Museums in Bunkyo
If you love baseball, check out this museum!!!
Small museum, cheap entrance fee.
Mori Art Museum Minato 4.3 km away
#5 of 102 Museums in Minato
I love to visit Contemporary Art Museums, Mori is one of my favorites by far.
The admission ticket is a bit pricey compared to other museums but if you consider that is a museum plus an observatory is slightly more acceptable.
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Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum Taito 3.2 km away
#6 of 46 Museums in Taito
Located in Ueno Park, between Tokyo Zoo & Tokyo National Museum, this museum has many interesting examples of local artwork.
My wife and I visited the Art Museum to see local artists work and found a Group Show of Contemporary Artists.
Fukagawa Edo Museum Koto 4.6 km away
#2 of 25 Museums in Koto
Our visit really gave us a sense of 'old' Tokyo, and was one of the most enjoyable museums we have ever been to!
This is the second of three local history museums built in the 80s/90s.
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#6 of 70 Museums in Chiyoda
The only drawback to this museum is that all the display explanations are in Japanese, as is the movie.
Unique museum
#7 of 70 Museums in Chiyoda
The Yushukan Museum is very interesting as it shows a fascinating perspective of the history of wars in and around Japan.
If you are interested in the Japanese military history you should definitely visit the Yasukuni war museum (Yushukan) just next to the Yasukuni shrine.
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Ota Memorial Museum of Art Shibuya 5.1 km away
#1 of 71 Museums in Shibuya
This is one of my favorite museums.
A fantastic if small museum with a great selection of wood block prints featuring portraits, landscapes, battle scenes and depending upon the displays some wonderful animal caricatures.
Suntory Museum of Art Minato 3.6 km away
#7 of 102 Museums in Minato
Amazing museum, exhibitions change, but quality is exceptional
Fantastic private museum
#9 of 70 Museums in Chiyoda
This gallery is separate from the Modern Art Museum and it houses absolutely stunning pottery from Japan.
Showing at the time were two special exhibitions; the main being by Japanese artist Kumagai Morikazu 'The Joy of Life's and the second, carefully curated works by the museum itself, self-titled 'MOMAT'.