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Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum東京都美術館

Art Museum

Located within Ueno Onshi Koen (Ueno Park) in Tokyo’s Taito City, this is Japan’s first national art museum and opened in 1926. With a goal of serving as an entrance to art for Tokyo’s citizens, it hosts numerous exhibitions throughout the year such as special exhibitions jointly sponsored with media outlets, competitions arranged through art organizations, and collection exhibits that primarily include works of calligraphy. The facility also includes a café where guests can enjoy beverages and light meals, a restaurant that takes pride in its authentic roast beef, and a museum shop.


Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen 8-36 (Ueno / Asakusa / RyogokuArea)

phone 0338236921

[Friday during special exhibition] 9:30-20:00
※ admission is closed 30 minutes closing time

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Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen 8-36 [ map ]
Ueno / Asakusa / RyogokuArea
[Friday during special exhibition] 9:30-20:00
※ admission is closed 30 minutes closing time
1st/3rd Monday, Special Exhibition/The exhibition is Every week Monday (The next day in the case of Public holiday Holiday), Maintenance closed, New Year's Holiday
[Admission fee] Free
[Admission fee to view] different for each exhibition
Parking Lot
Not available
※ Please contact the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum Management Office (TEL 03-3823-6921) in advance if you are going to use a wheelchair by car.
Credit Card
Ticket Counter:Available
Museum Shop:Available * Excluding some items such as advance tickets
· Wheelchair, ostomate compatible toilet etc, There is a toilet with a bed for assistance
/There is a wheelchair lending
/There is a baby stroller lending
/There is a nursing room, a hot water service for milk
(free of charge)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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