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The National Museum of Western Art国立西洋美術館

Art Museum

This art museum located within Ueno Onshi Koen (Ueno Park) in Tokyo’s Taito City is dedicated to collecting and displaying Western art. The main building itself is one attraction, having been designed by French architect Le Corbusier and registered as World Cultural Heritage site in 2016. With its core Matsukata Collection, a collection of works that belonged to businessman Kojiro Matsukata and were returned by the French government, the museum regularly displays Western paintings from pre-18th century paintings to early 20th century paintings such as Monet and Renoir, as well as French contemporary sculpture. It also holds many special exhibitions.

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Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen 7-7 (Ueno / Asakusa / RyogokuArea)

phone 0357778600
place

9:30-17:30 (FridaySaturday until 20:00)
※ The entrance is closed 30 minutes ago. Hours extension period is also available.

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Address
Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen 7-7 [ map ]
Area
Ueno / Asakusa / RyogokuArea
Phone
0357778600
Hours
9:30-17:30 (FridaySaturday until 20:00)
※ The entrance is closed 30 minutes ago. Hours extension period is also available.
Closed
Monday (The next day for Public holiday), New Year's Holiday
Special Days closed, details go to HP
Fees
[Permanent exhibition Exhibition Fee to view] General 500 yen, university student 250 yen
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Not available
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Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, DinersClub, DISCOVER)
Note
[Hello dial] 03-5777-8600

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