Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

Sightseeing information about Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo in Japan.

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The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo in the eastern part of Tokyo exhibits modern artworks from Japan and abroad. The museum has a collection of around 5,000 pieces, with two floors for permanent exhibitions and three floors for temporary ones. The high ceiling allows large-scale presentation and the atrium has a themed large installation changing year by year.

Opened in 1995, the art museum has collected and preserved a wide range of contemporary art, including architecture, fashion and design, created after WWII. The adjacent Kiba Park provides a beautiful view of greenery, and the location close to Kokugikan Sumo Hall and Asakusa retains something of Tokyo's traditional charm. The art library, museum shop, restaurant and cafe are available.

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4.0a month ago

Went there to see the Dumb Type anniversary exhibit. My first time there and it was nice. If you love the arts and have a specific artist you want to see I would suggest giving it look.

5.06 months ago

They did a great work for the renewal and smart collection acquisition. I love the freedom to enjoy art, no one to shout at you if you get a bit close from an art object or talk. They let you live art, which ls not so common in Tokyo.

5.0in the last week

A great place to see Japanese contempary art

4.08 months ago

The special exhibition 'Weavers of Worlds' was incredible, with many bizarre and fascinating pieces. The standard MOT exhibition was a bit modern arty for me, and small, so I didn't enjoy that so much and was through there very quickly.

5.02 months ago

Fabulous building with beautiful Art pieces well displayed

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