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Nezu Museum

Nezu Museum

Located in a fashionable district of Aoyama in Tokyo, the Nezu Museum houses a collection of pre-modern Japanese and East Asian art. Displayed across a two-storey museum building and surrounded by a beautiful 17,000m² traditional garden, including a stylish café, the Nezu Museum is one of Tokyo’s cultural highlights.

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The museum holds around 7000 works of art including calligraphy, paintings, ceramics, lacquerware, armories, and textiles showcasing Eastern/Buddhist art in its permanent collection, which is rotated periodically and complemented by a calendar of special exhibitions through the year.

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While the museum first opened in 1941, the current museum building dates to 2006 and was designed by acclaimed architect Kengo Kuma and in itself is a pleasant and peaceful escape from the congestion of the surrounding city. If you’re in Tokyo and looking for a museum that elucidates the beauty and skill to traditional Eastern crafts, the Nezu Museum is highly recommended.

INFO

03-3400-2536

http://www.nezu-muse.or.jp/en/#2

10:00 to 17:00 (last entry at 16:30)

Open daily except for Mondays, during installation of new exhibitions and over the New Year period

Permanent collection/special exhibitions: Adult: JPY1300/JPY1500; High School & Uni. Students: JPY1000/JPY1200; Junior High School and younger are free of charge

The museum is an 8-minute walk from Exit A5 of Omotesandō Station. See the museum's website for full details

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