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From pop art to pre-modern masterpieces, Tokyo offers an abundance of galleries and museums with exhibitions catering to all tastes.

Located within some of the most notable architectural landmarks in the city, Tokyo’s must-see art destinations, which include the Mori Art Museum, the Nezu Museum, the Tokyo National Museum, and The National Art Center, play host to some of the hottest Japanese and international exhibitions.
The Tokyo Museum Grutto Pass is a ticket and coupon booklet that provides admission tickets and discounts at more than 90 museums and facilities around Tokyo. Make sure to take advantage of this great opportunity and explore to your heart's content!

Information: As the evolving COVID-19 virus situation is disrupting the schedule and content of many exhibitions in Tokyo, a decision has been made not to update exhibition information on this site for the time being.
For the latest information about a specific exhibition, please go to the website operated by the organizer of that exhibition.

Note: For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.

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A Place of Warmth and Hope - Great Sento Exhibition


2020.3.17 - 2020.9.27

A look at Tokyo's sento (bathhouse) culture, how it relates to society and the lives of individual people, and how those relationships have evolved.

Adults ¥400

Discounts available for students, seniors and people with disabilities

Free entry with Tokyo Museum-Grutto Pass



Yoshitomo Nara Voyage of the Moon (Resting Moon) / Voyage of the Moon 2006 Mixed media 476 x 354 x 495 cm Cooperation provided by: graf Collection: 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa Photo: Nakamichi Atsushi / Nacása & Partners

STARS: Six Contemporary Artists from Japan to the World

Mori Art Museum

2020.4.23 - 2020.9.6

Tracing the career paths of six artists including Yayoi Kusama and Takashi Murakami who have broken onto the international art scene, with a focus on their early work and most recent pieces.

Adults ¥1,800


traNslatioNs ― Understanding Misunderstanding


2020.5.29 - 2020.9.22

Using "translation" as its keyword, an exhibition examining "misunderstanding" and "inexpressibility" in the realm of communication.

Adults ¥1,200

Discounts available for students, seniors and people with disabilities

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