Articles for Museums and Galleries in Tokyo


Confectionery is one of the main attractions of the museum Shitamachi.

Shitamachi Museum

The Shitamachi museum has reproduce the atmosphere of a street in the Edo period (1603-1868), for total immersion in the daily life in the golden age of Japan.

The Tokyo National Museum consists of five buildings with Hean blend of Eastern and Western architecture.

Tokyo National Museum

Located at the north end of Ueno Park, the Tokyo National Museum houses the world's richest collection of Japanese art. 

Meiji (1868-1912) to our contemporaries, the Tokyo Momat is a window into artistic expression.

Tokyo Momat

"Art is the explosion," Taro Okamoto (1911-1996), Japanese artist.

During the Edo period (1603-1868), ukiyo-e, low world of misery and suffering was all about fun and associated with the ephemeral beauty of life.

Ota Museum, the art of printmaking

One of the finest collections of ukiyo-e , "images of the floating world", or the art of painting and Japanese prints, is preserved in a small museum, away from the fashionable streets of Harajuku

The exterior of the Edo Tokyo Museum in contrast with the history it contains.

Edo-Tokyo Museum

Amazing contrast between this contemporary building and its interior that stages yesteryear Tokyo: immerse yourself in the history of the capital.

A Minami, the Toto Gallery Ma organizes four annual exhibitions spread over three levels.

Toto Gallery Ma

The Toto Company, Japan's largest producer of toilets, has been constantly innovating since 1917.

The huge hall of the Suntory Museum of Art, the Palace Building in Akasaka.

Suntory Museum of Art

From the outside the building appears transparent.

The tourMori, located in the heart of Roppongi, home to the Mori Art Museum

Mori Art Museum

In the heart of Roppongi Hills, a symbol of boundless real estate grandeur, between stores and restaurants, the Mori Art Museum has led to a desire for culture, unprecedented in this area.

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