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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Ueno Station
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Ueno-Kōen-Yamashita
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Established in 1877, it consists of two buildings-the Japan Gallery (an important cultural property) and the Global Gallery-contain a wide variety of exhibits related to nature and science from dinosaur fossils, animal specimens to astronomical telescopes.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

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  • Ueno Station
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Ueno-Kōen-Yamashita
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The Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum was founded in 1926 as the first public museum in Japan.
Winter 2021, we will hold the thematic exhibition "Everyday Life I am Reborn".
Exhibition period: November 17, 2021 – January 6, 2022

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Ueno Station
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Ueno-Kōen-Yamashita
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Situated on the premises of Ueno Park, this private museum offers special exhibitions in a broad range of genres. The museum has built a reputation as a domestic and international hub of art.
<Exhibitions to which the discount applies>
The 40th Ueno Royal Museum Grand Prize Exhibition(April 26 - May 8, 2022):¥600→¥500
The 35th Japanese Nature Painting Exhibition(August 11 - August 30, 2022)
:¥500→¥400
The Vision of Contemporary Art 2023(March 15 - March 30, 2023):¥800→¥700

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Nezu Station, etc.
  • Yayoi-Nichōme,etc.
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The Yayoi Museum is dedicated to published art pieces from the Taisho and Showa era. The Takehisa Yumeji Museum is home to the works of Yumeji Takehisa, a painter of the romances of the Taisho period. Special exhibitions are held three or four times a year.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

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  • Ochanomizu Station, etc.
  • Hongo-sanchome Station
  • Juntendō-Byōin, etc.
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Established to commemorate the opening of the Japan-South Korea FIFA World Cup, the museum exhibits videos and commemorative objects that trace the history of soccer in Japan and the brilliant achievements of the teams.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Ryogoku Station
  • Toei-Ryōgoku Sta.
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This museum introduces the history and culture of Edo-Tokyo centering on the approximately 400-year period beginning when Tokugawa Ieyasu relocated the de facto seat of government to Edo.It exhibits such as a full-size model of Nihonbashi, large variety of authentic historical materials, and replica of Edo town. Fun family-friendly place to learn history.

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Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, Toshima Area

  • Nishi-shinjuku Station
  • Tochomae Station
  • Tochō-Daiichi-Honchōsha
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This museum presents the hardships suffered by Japanese soldiers, detainees in Siberia, and postwar repatriates including historical materials, graphics, and dioramas.

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Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, Toshima Area

  • Higashi-ikebukuro Station, etc.
  • Higashi-ikebukuro-yonchome
  • Ikebukuro-Sunshine City, etc.
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The museum shows the ancient civilizations of western Asia and Egypt, known as the birthplace of the oldest civilizations in human history. Two special exhibitions are held each year.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

  • Takebashi Station, etc.
  • Kudanshita Station
  • Kudanshita
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Situated near the Imperial Palace is the National Museum, which makes for a perfect stop while visiting the Imperial Palace. This museum houses a collection of about a hundred years old Japanese art from the beginning of the 20th century. (The Crafts Gallery relocated to Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, and reopened in October 2020.)

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

  • Takebashi Station, etc.
  • Kudanshita Station
  • Kudanshita
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A variety of familiar sciences and technologies, such as electricity and automobiles are introduced with participatory/experiential exhibits and images.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

  • Kudanshita Station
  • Kudanshita Station
  • Kudanshita
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This national memorial museum intends to convey the hardships of people who lived during and after World War II (from around 1935 to 1955) to future generations. Nearly 500 items are exhibited here.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

  • Korakuen Station
  • Suidobashi Station, etc.
  • Kasuga Sta., etc.
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This museum displays the history and present state of baseball. The museum houses the Baseball Hall of Fame to honor people who contributed to the development of baseball, as well as a theater and library.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

Shibusawa Memorial Museum

  • Nishigahara Station
  • Asukayama
  • Asukayama
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Opened in 1982, this museum aims to convey the life of the entrepreneur, Eiichi Shibusawa, who is known as the father of Japanese capitalism, to the present day. The museum is situated on the site of the former Shibusawa residence.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

  • Nishigahara Station
  • Asukayama
  • Asukayama
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Materials related to a wide diversity of paper, both Japanese traditional paper and Western-style paper, are collected, preserved, and displayed.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

  • Nishigahara Station
  • Asukayama
  • Asukayama
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The museum features the history, nature, and culture of Kita City. It is situated inside Asukayama Park, a famous cherry blossom viewing spot in northern Tokyo.

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Kudanshita, Korakuen, Arakawa Area

  • Machiya Station
  • Higashi-ogu-sanchome
  • Daimon-Shōgakkō
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This private museum displays picture coloring in and out of Japan. The museum showcases nearly 200 picture-coloring artworks mainly from the 1940s to 1960s to convey the culture of picture-coloring.

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Nihombashi, Tokyo, Ginza Area

©Mitsuo Aida Museum

  • Yurakucho Station, etc.
  • Hibiya Station
  • Tokyo Kokusai Forum
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This museum exhibits the original pieces of Mitsuo Aida, a famous chirographer and poet. Nearly 100 pieces are on display during special exhibitions.

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Nihombashi, Tokyo, Ginza Area

Idemitsu Museum Temporary Exhibition Room

  • Hibiya Station, etc.
  • Hibiya Station
  • Yūrakuchō Sta.
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Idemitsu Museum of Arts was established by Sazo Idemitsu. The collection consists mainly of East Asian artworks. Special thematic exhibitions are held 4times a year. The beautiful panoramic view of the Imperial Garden is another attraction of the museum.

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Nihombashi, Tokyo, Ginza Area

Exhibition Room 1

  • Mitsukoshimae Station, etc.
  • Nihombashi Station
  • Nihombashi-Mitsukoshi
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The museum houses an exquisite collection of nearly 4,000 artworks from Japan and the East and about 130,000 stamps —all of which were collected by the Mitsui family, a family with a history of 350 years. (There is no permanent exhibition.)

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Tsukiji, shimbashi, Daimon Area

  • Shimbashi Station
  • Shimbashi Station, etc.
  • Shimbashi Sta., etc.
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Located on the fourth floor of the Panasonic Tokyo Shiodome building. We hold approximately 240 works by French painter George Rouault leading the 20th century and a selection of these works is on permanent display. In addition, we also exhibited exhibitions related to Panasonic, such as architecture, living culture, crafts and design, introducing a wide range of new art cultures to enrich our everyday lives.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Meiji-Jingumae(Harajuku) Station
  • Omotesandō
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One of Japan’s famous museums specializing in Japanese woodblock prints, ukiyoe. The location houses original paintings and woodblock prints of world-famous ukiyoe artists such as Katsushika Hokusai and Utagawa Hiroshige. Exhibitions are changed every month according to the theme.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Aoyama-itchome Station, etc.
  • Kokuritsu-kyogijo Station, etc.
  • Shinanomachi Sta. Minamiguchi
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This museum displays paintings about the accomplishments of Emperor Meiji. Known as the symbol of the Shrine Outer Garden, the building has a dignified atmosphere and was designated an Important Japanese Cultural Property.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

Study room at the former Koga residence after restoration and reconstruction.

  • Yoyogi-uehara Station
  • Tomigaya, etc.
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This museum is dedicated to composer Koga Masao, who contributed actively to Japanese popular music. It exhibits a number of historical records about Japanese songs and popular music.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Meguro Station
  • Meguro Station
  • Meguro Sta.
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In this hotel, there are restaurants and a wedding venue on the premises, under the concept of an extraordinary, glamorous space, the gallery displays nearly 2,500 artworks, mainly Japanese paintings. The Hyakudan Kaidan (all these rooms were formerly used as banquet ones) is registered as a tangible culture property. This wooden structure is open to the public for special occasions, such as exhibitions held several times each year and guided tours with a meal.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Ebisu Station
  • Hiroo-Kōkō, etc.
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This is Japan’s first museum dedicated to Japanese-style paintings (nihonga). Its collection consists of over 1,800 works mainly modern and contemporary nihonga , also includes classic calligraphy, early modern paintings, ukiyo-e, and Western-style paintings.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Shirokanedai Station
  • Shirokanedai Station
  • West Entrance of The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo
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The Matsuoka Museum of Art is a private art museum founded by businessman Seijiro Matsuoka in 1975. The museum has about 1,800 works of art in its collection, including ancient Orient art, modern sculpture, ancient Asian sculpture, ceramics, Japanese paintings, and modern French paintings.

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Akasaka, Roppongi Area

©Keizo Kioku

  • Roppongi Station, etc.
  • Roppongi Station
  • Roppongi Sta.
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Under the basic concept of "Art in Life", the museum is located in TOKYO MIDTOWN and houses over 3,000 items and holds special exhibitions featuring mainly Japanese fine arts and crafts. It was designed by Kengo Kuma, including a cafe and shop.

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Akasaka, Roppongi Area

Entrance of Mori Art Museum: Museum Cone

  • Roppongi Station, etc.
  • Roppongi Station, etc.
  • Roppongi Hills, etc.
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Roppongi Hills is a retail-commercial complex, and houses over 200 facilities including restaurants, shops, theater, hotel, TV station and offices. Mori Art Museum holds its original exhibitions to introduce works from a wide range of genres, focusing principally on contemporary art. Observatory deck, Tokyo City View, is located 250 meters above sea level, giving visitors panoramic view of Tokyo cityscape.

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Daiba, Kiyosumi Area

  • Nippon-Kagaku-Miraikan, etc.
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The museum offers hands-on exhibitions under the themes of space, human beings, and information society. Visitors can enjoy the experience of learning about cutting-edge science technology.

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Daiba, Kiyosumi Area

  • Kasai Station
  • Kasai Sta.
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"Chikahaku (METRO MUSEUM)" gives you the chance to learn about the subway's history and development, as well as the chance to have a realistic experience of driving a train. Also, Japan's first subway train car to be designated as an important national cultural property is on display.

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Daiba, Kiyosumi Area

Restored Nakagawa Bansho ship guard station (3F)

  • Higashi-ojima Station
  • Daigo-ōjima-Shōgakkō, etc.
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Featuring dioramas, this museum is situated on the site of a guard station that was built in the early Edo period to control the comings and goings of ships into and out of Edo. It introduces the history of river transportation.

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Daiba, Kiyosumi Area

  • Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station, etc.
  • Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station, etc.
  • Tokyoto-Gendai-Bijutsukan
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MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART TOKYO is intended to facilitate the promotion of contemporary art and enrich the foundation of art culture. Exhibitions such as one featuring a collection of about 5,500 works of art and large-scale international exhibitions are held.

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Daiba, Kiyosumi Area

  • Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station
  • Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station
  • Kiyosumi-Teien, etc.
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The museum encourages visitors to learn about the lives of ordinary people in the early 19th century. It has an actual-size reproduction of the city streets from Fukagawa Saga Town.
※The museum will be closed for renovations from November 1, 2021 until July 31, 2022.

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Daiba, Kiyosumi Area

*Basho statue at the Bashoan Viewing Japanese Garden.

  • Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station
  • Morishita Station
  • Takabashi, etc.
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The museum is dedicated to the world-famous haiku poet, Matsuo Basho, and is located in Fukagawa, where Matsuo Basho lived. This museum displays valuable materials related to Basho and the haiku culture.

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Daiba, Kiyosumi Area

*AkeruE 3F COSMOS Zone

  • Tokyo Big Sight, etc.
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AkeruE, a museum dedicated to creative learning experiences for children, opened in the Panasonic Center Tokyo in April 2021. AkeruE provides support for children's boundless creativity as a place that nurtures their ability to creatively open doors to the future through the experiences of seeing, making, and communicating.

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