The Shoto Museum of Art

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The Shoto Museum of Art was established in October 1981 in the quiet residential area of Shoto, Shibuya. The building was designed by the architect Seiichi Shirai (1905–83). After one year of renovation work, it reopened in January 2014. The museum features artists and collections linked to Shibuya as well as broad genres of art from all ages and countries—paintings, sculpture, photography, pottery, dyed textiles, and crafts—in four to five exhibitions each year.

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

2-14-14 Shoto,

Shibuya-ku

Postal code:150-0046

Contact information

Name:The Shoto Museum of Art

Telephone number:03-3465-9421

Fax number:03-3460-6366

Website:http://www.shoto-museum.jp/( External link )

Access

By train:**
• 15-min. walk from JR Yamanote Line / Tokyo Metro Shibuya Station
• 5-min. walk from Keio Inokashira Line Shinsen Station

By bus:**
• 2-min. walk from Hachiko Bus Shoto Bijutsukan-iriguchi (Shibuya Station–Hatagaya, Oka-wo-koete (Uehara-Tomigaya) Route)
• 2-min. walk from Tokyu Bus Todai-mae (Shibuya Station–Hatagaya-orikaeshijo)
• 5-min. walk from Tokyu Bus Tokyu Hyakkaten Honten-mae (Hatsudai Station–Shibuya Station)
• 5-min. walk from Tokyu Bus Tokyu Hyakkaten Honten-mae (Asagaya Station–Shibuya Station)

Parking

Not available

For

Children | Students | Groups | Couples | Families | Seniors |

Other services

Experience programs

Available

Observation programs

Available

Facility information

Toilet facilities available | Smoking area |

Universal design

  • Accessible parking for people with disabilities (in wheelchairs)
  • Automatic doors at entrance
  • Floor-mounted railings
  • Regular escalator
  • Western-style toilet with handrail
  • Wheelchair rental
  • Nursing room

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