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The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo東京国立近代美術館(休業中)

Art Museum

Located close to the South Entrance to Kitanomaru Park, near the Imperial Palace, the National Museum of Modern Art (MOMAT), which opened in 1952, was Japan’s first national art museum. The MOMAT Collection features around 200 items from the more than 12,500 artworks held by the museum, showcasing a wide range of works in various genres—including Nihonga (Japanese-style modern painting), Western-style oil paintings, watercolors, sculpture, photographs, etc.—from the early 20th century to the present day. Several special exhibitions on unique themes are held every year.


Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kitanomarukouen 3-1 (Kanda / AkihabaraArea)

phone 0357778600

10:00-17:00 (Last admission 16:30)
[Friday Saturday] 10:00-20:00 (Last admission 19:30)

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Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kitanomarukouen 3-1 [ map ]
Kanda / AkihabaraArea
10:00-17:00 (Last admission 16:30)
[Friday Saturday] 10:00-20:00 (Last admission 19:30)
Monday (Public holiday Holiday is open and the following Weekday is closed), exhibition replacement periods, New Year's Holiday
[Collection exhibition] General 500yen (Friday, 300yen after 17:00 on weekdays), 250yen for university students * Planned exhibition separately
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Temporary closure:Currently closed (information as of May 27, 2020)
* Information may be changed, so please be sure to check the official information.

[Halloween] 03-5777-8600

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