Top Modern Musuems in Tokyo

Tokyo Fuji Art Museum Admission Ticket + Special Exhibition (when being held)

1. Tokyo Fuji Art Museum Admission Ticket + Special Exhibition (when being held)

clock Duration: 2 to 3 hou
  • ?Jul 16, 2023?Sun? ??Aug 27, 2023?Sun?
    ?SPECIAL EXHIBITION??The Birth and Flowering of an Artistic Medium : A Panoply of Prized Photographs from the TFAM Collection
    ?PERMANENT EXHIBITION??From the Renaissance to the 20th Century—500 Years of Western Paintings
    ?EXIHIBITION OF OUR COLLECTION? ?On Special Display : Selected Works from...
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[Tokyo] Logistics Museum

2. [Tokyo] Logistics Museum

clock Duration: 1 to 3 hou
  • In the "Logistics Museum", we will introduce the mechanism of the modern logistics industry and the history of logistics from the Edo period to the Showa era.
    The facility consists of two floors above ground and one below ground, and is located in a residential area.
    Through the structure and history of logistics, you can view your everyday...
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Toyo Bunko Entrance Ticket

3. Toyo Bunko Entrance Ticket

clock Duration: 1 hour
  • The Toyo Bunko, or the "Oriental Library," is Japan's largest Asian studies library and is located in Tokyo. Historically, the Toyo Bunko Museum was founded at the beginning of the 19th Century when Iwasaki Hisaya, the former president of Mitsubishi, began collecting Japanese language resources on history and culture. In 1917, Iwasaki purchased...
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teamLab Planets Toyosu Tokyo Admission Ticket

4. teamLab Planets Toyosu Tokyo Admission Ticket

clock Duration: 5 to 9 hou
  • Step into the world of art with the exhibit’s collection of installations that allow visitors to be part of the pieces. Enter and explore the museum barefoot and become immersed in the fascinating art of the vast installation...
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Shunkaen Bonsai Museum Admission Ticket

5. Shunkaen Bonsai Museum Admission Ticket

clock Duration: 1 day
  • Shunka-en is the Bonsai garden and museum set up by Bonsai master Kunio Kobayashi (three times winner of the Prime Ministers Award, the most prestigious price to be won in Japan). The garden is an absolute highlight and should not be missed. When entering the garden the first thing you are likely to note is the stunning 1000 year old pine tree in...
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