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The National Art Center, Tokyo

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The National Art Center, Tokyo

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7-22-2, Roppongi, Minato 106-0032 Tokyo Prefecture
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Mark A wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia208 contributions83 helpful votes
First time for me but this is very much worth a visit if you're stuck in Toyko on a rainy day with nothing to do. There is also a nice lunch that can be enjoyed on the top level. Enjoy.... Ps the art is also pretty good as well.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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CantBeBothered18 wrote a review Jan 2020
Adelaide, Australia90 contributions56 helpful votes
There are no general art exhibitions. There are some paid special exhibitions. However, even if you don't go to the exhibition, the glass building is something to admire. I found the gift shops very interesting - full of objects designed by creative artists. The items are very unique and was a great place to browse. While the prices are not cheap, it would be hard to find so many interesting designs in one place!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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katj wrote a review Jan 2020
Reno, Nevada26 contributions12 helpful votes
My husband and I really enjoy this museum. It has many galleries with individual exhibits. You usually need to buy a ticket for each exhibit, although sometimes an exhibit is free. Generally, there is a major exhibit or two, and then several other smaller ones. When we visited we saw Treasures from Budapest, which was spectacular for about $16 each. The smaller exhibits are usually not as expensive and a ticket for one exhibit will give you a discount on another one, provided the first exhibit is still showing. In the past we've seen some gorgeous Japanese watercolor paintings, sculptures and modern art. The building itself is a work of art. Highly recommend if your'e in the area.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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JenniferKChicago wrote a review Dec 2019
Chicago, Illinois104 contributions13 helpful votes
I really enjoyed the Cartier exhibit, but all the others were closed, so, my husband sat in coffee shop and waited. Check their website to see what is open
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Date of experience: November 2019
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patricia a wrote a review Nov 2019
Los Angeles, California28 contributions8 helpful votes
This building and grounds are a work of art in themselves. Getting in, and seeing all the exhibitions is a bit confusing. The museum, to enter is free. BUT to see any of the exhibitions a modest charge is made. We had purchased tickets for the special Cartier exhibition which was beautifully curated and interesting. Then there were 3 other exhibition halls. So we purchased a combo ticket and started in the Western Painting exhibition which turned out to be a juried exposition of hundreds of Japanese artists painting either in still life, portraiture or landscape. Never have my husband and I been in an exhibition where we literally loved dozens of pieces. There is also a handicraft exhibition - which is to say sculpture, weaving and other amazing things. The exhibitions change constantly but it's worth the trip just for lunch in the Paul Bocuse brasserie. We had the 2 course set lunch menu looking out of this amazing building into an equally amazing landscape. Great time.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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