Eraser Stamp Exhibition

Sightseeing information about Eraser Stamp Exhibition in Japan.

Eraser Stamp Exhibition2.9

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 from 3/15 '19 to 3/27 '19


Cheap modern art: A showcase of woodblock prints made with eraser stamps.

Using regular office supplies like erasers as a tool for printmaking, a brand new pop art style is born.

Originally used to produce illustrations for newspaper columns, this enjoyable, readily accessible technique has become a prominent aspect of modern art.

Please enjoy these works of “stamp art”, each based on various motifs.

Purposeeasily accessible,surreal&cool,reasonable,art,sightseeing,shopping,minor
Airport/Sta.Tokyo sta. (about 5.1km) Google Transit


5.02 weeks ago

Fantastic place to visit. Best to buy tickets online or via agency before you go. The procedure is pretty simple and the staff is very helpful. Try going pin a weekday to avoid rush and preferably before 1200 hrs. It's easily accessible by foot and via train. The views from the top are amazing and really cool specially on a clear day ( so checking the weather before going is highly recommended).

Good activity for solo travelers, couples, families and kids. Recommended

5.0a week ago

If your a tourist this is a must. Great place to see Tokyo from above. We did both floors, which was a bit more expensive. Not sure if that was really worth it, but then again how often do you come to Tokyo. Great views, great family experience. Also they had some great spots for families to take pictures.

5.02 weeks ago

Stunning views to be had from the top of Tokyo Sky Tree. VERY popular so expect to stand in line for some time. Also not easy to find where to buy the tickets, the signage is quite confusing. Still....really worth the visit. A nice Bar for a quiet drink and snack while checking out out the view. Fun to stand on the 'glass floor, and take a photo of the ground way below

5.0a month ago

This is a very interesting landmark in Tokyo, offering amazing views of the city. It's somewhat expensive, especially in comparison to the Metropolitan Tower, which is free, but worth it. I'd recommend it especially during the day because it allows visitors to check how expansive Tokyo is. There's a no-waiting ticket that is more expensive but the regular queue was very fast. Easy access via subway with a station directly under the building. Good shopping in the main building area.

5.0in the last week

Our time was very limited so we came just when it opened and still the line was already getting long. But there were plenty of staffs directing the line and so everything was very orderly and I think it only took us 15 minutes to buy our tickets. We visited both levels and the view was amazing. I’m glad we took the time to visit, it was worth it, we got to see Mt. Fuji as a bonus!