Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

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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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Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 14.7km) Google Transit

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5.0a week ago

The architecture of this museum is so beautiful. It's very spacious and houses up to three special exhibitions in addition to permanent collection. Could take a couple hours. There's a cafe and a store selling expensive and stylish designer clothes and objects. The programming is very relevant.

3.0in the last week

Inconvenient location. Have to queue over an hour. I suggest to go during the week and buy tickets in advance.
But i must say the exhibits are interesting.

4.02 months 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.

5.07 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.

5.0a month ago

A great place to see Japanese contempary art

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