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Tokyo Station Gallery東京ステーションギャラリー

Art Gallery / Gallery

This art museum first opened its doors in 1988 inside Tokyo Station, itself erected in 1914, and has been popular ever since. The museum closed in accordance with the remodeling of the station and opened once again in October 2012. The museum hosts a variety of exhibitions covering a variety of genres such as modern art as well as railroads, architecture, and design. From Tokyo Station, the museum shares art with the people of Japan and the world. One of the exhibition rooms makes use of a red brick wall symbolic of the original museum building and is a must-see.

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place Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1
phone 0332122485

Review of Tokyo Station Gallery

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Reviewed:2018/04/02 Cool train station
Beautiful station. Cool shops underneath. My kids and husband loved exploring everything here. A fun way to spend a few hours.
Reviewed:2018/02/25 Difficult to find and wish I didn’t find it
This place was very difficult to find. We spent time on Google Maps just trying to find this place and we were already in the Tokyo Station! Finally, I got some friendly help from the JR service...
Reviewed:2018/02/15 Nice touch to the station
The Tokyo station has a small but rather long gallery that features beautiful picture of famous and historical train station from all over the world.

It’s a really nice gesture and touch to the...

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Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 [map]



[Friday] 10:00-20:00
※ admission is 30 minutes closing time
Monday (Tuesday for Public holiday), New Year's Holiday, exhibition replacement periods
It depends on the plan exhibition
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