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Ueno Royal Museum上野の森美術館

Art Museum

An art museum located inside Ueno Park. Since its establishment in April of 1972, the museum exhibited art from a variety of genres, including Important Cultural Properties. The museum has no standing exhibit, instead regularly hosting only creative and unique special exhibits. The Ueno Royal Museum also offers art classes for everyone from beginners to masters.


Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen 1-2

phone 0338334191

10:00-17:00 (entrance until 16:30)
※ There is a case to change by exhibition

Review of The Ueno Royal Museum

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Reviewed:2018/11/02 Little later time has no line
For Vermeer, I think audio guide should explain of very precise lighting direction analysis Vermeer did but can't get any info. However they rent with free, so it's fine. They split the entrance time...
Reviewed:2018/10/29 Vermeer exhibition expensive and in Japanese
Pity I didn’t read a review in 2016 on a Van Gogh exhibition
Selection of Vermeer paintings very interesting BUT guide printed in Japanese. Audio Guide in English but had descriptions of 9...
Reviewed:2018/04/30 I didn't enjoy the contemporary art that is currently being exhibited
I was glad that I had purchased the Ueno pass which offered me free admission at around 10 museums including this one, since I only spent 10 or 15 minutes here. But tastes are not to be disputed, and...

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10:00-17:00 (entrance until 16:30)
※ There is a case to change by exhibition
Irregular holidays (varies depending on the display)
It depends on the display
Parking Lot
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