Meguro Museum of Art2.9
The Museum opened in a corner of Meguro Citizens Center which is located in verdurous part of Tokyo in November, 1987. The Meguro Museum of Art, aims to become an integral part of the community to provide people with a space where they can enjoy works of arts. Tokyo boasts of having many museums, great and small. The Meguro Museum may be a small one in size but it certainly is "a window" open to the limitless universe of imagination and sensibility.
The museum exhibits the works of Japanese modern and contemporary artists as well as the works of artists of other countries, which will show us a variety of artistic expressions on an international scale. It also introduces its workshop activities which are intended to unite exhibitions and communications by paying attention to "beauty" in our life and to materials and techniques of works of art.
In addition, the museum has the Citizen's Gallery which may be rented by the citizens.
The museum has three stories above ground and one below and is very functional in its compact structure. From the entrance hall to the exhibition area, each room is joined so naturally that visitors' so called "visual rhythm" is fully protected. The workshop room, which has a variety of functions, is located next to the entrance hall and the spacious Citizen's Gallery is situated in another building.
Address : 2-4-36, Meguro Meguro-ku,Tokyo
Open : 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. (Museum entrance closes at 5:30p.m.)
Closed : Monday (If a holiday falls on a Monday, the museum is closed on the following day), New Year's Holidays.
Exhibition admission fee : The fees are variable.
-a 10 mins walk from Meguro Station on JR Yamanote Line, Namboku Line, Mita Line, and Tokyu Meguro Line.
-a 20 mins walk from Naka-meguro Station on Hibiya Line and Tokyu Tōyoko Line.
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 11.8km) Google Transit