Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo

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Since its opening in the Marunouchi district in spring 2010, Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo, holds three feature exhibitions a year on modern art from the late 19th to early 20th centuries. The building is a reconstruction of Mitsubishi Ichigokan, Mitsubishi’s 1894 office building designed by Josiah Conder.
The museum collection comprises Western art from the late 19th century—contemporary with the building—such as the works of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Odilon Redon, and Félix Vallotton.

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

2-6-2, Marunouchi

Chiyoda-ku

Postal code:100-0005

Contact information

Name:NTT Hello Dial

Telephone number:03-5777-8600

Website:http://mimt.jp/english/( External link )

Operation information/charges

Credit cards accepted:Visa | JCB | MasterCard | American Express | Diners | Discover Card |

Access

By train:**
5-min. walk from JR Tokyo Station Marunouchi South Exit
6-min. walk from JR Yurakucho Station Tokyo International Forum Exit
3-min. walk from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Nijubashimae Station Exit 1
4-min. walk from Toei Mita Line Hibiya Station Exit B7

Parking

Not available

Views/scenery

Beautiful night scenery |

Other services

Experience programs

Available

Observation programs

Available

Facility information

Toilet facilities available | Restaurant facilities |

Foreign language explanations/displays

English |

Foreign language pamphlets

English |

Universal design

  • Automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • Medical services/first-aid
  • Facility that complies with the New Barrier-Free Act
  • Braille displays
  • Automatic doors at entrance
  • Floor-mounted railings
  • Regular elevators/wheelchair-accessible elevators
  • Western-style toilet with handrail
  • Multi-purpose toilet
  • Diaper changing area
  • Baby safety seat/baby chair
  • Wheelchair rental
  • Stroller rental (Charges may apply)
  • Nursing room

Map information

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