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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5.0a week ago

Went to yoko ono exhibition. I'm not really a fan of her works but the building and they way they displayed the exhibition was really cool.

3.02 weeks ago

As of 31/01 the museum is closed for renovations!!!

4.03 years ago

Amazing building in itself worth a visit.

Seems to always have good exhibitions on, went to the current showing about Tokyo and it's future which was very interesting.

Two good cafe choices with nice food.

5.03 years ago

World-class contemporary art museum.

Featuring amazing huge spaces, special exhibitions and a couple of cafes.

Based within an equally impressive building next to a park.

4.02 years ago

I visited on a rainy weekday for its normal exhibition. It was quite empty and half of it was under maintenance. The works were quite organized though, and there is a small library inside.

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