Tokyo is the heart of Japanese culture. Japanese people love to be where the wild things are, so Tokyo’s urban jungle maintains some beautiful Museum and great Art Galleries.

Here, are some of the best ones.


Mori Art Museum

The Mori Art Museum is on the 52nd and 53rd floors of the Mori Tower, Roppongi Hills. The exhibitions focus mainly on contemporary culture.

The place offers spectacular views of Tokyo. One ticket allows access to the Museum, a bar, café, shop and panoramic observation deck.




SCAI The Bathhouse

Was initially in 1951 a bathhouse where Japanese came to soak, SCAI The Bathhouse was renovated into a white-walled Contemporary Art Gallery. Since its opening in 1993, the place has seen exhibitions by internationally renowned artists.



Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Gallery

The museum building was build as the residence of Prince Asaka in 1933 and is recognized worldwide as a valuable piece of cultural heritage, conveying the Art Deco style to the present generation.The museum’s exhibitions are held approximately four times a year about showcase paintings, craftwork, and jewelry.



The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography

Present a large permanent collection and brings in leading lights of the photography world for regular star-studded shows.Most of the exhibitions are themed rather than devoted to a single photographer. Closed for renovations from September 24, 2014, to August 2016.




National Art Center, Tokyo

The National Art Center of Tokyo is a Modern Art Museum created in 2007 in Roppongi Tokyo. Instead of maintaining a permanent collection, the Museum focuses on holding punctual various art exhibitions.

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

The six galleries of the Tokyo’s Metropolitan Art Museum present regular exhibitions about oil paintings, calligraphy, pottery, and sculpture. That is also the place where contemporary artists show off their work.




IMA Gallery

Ima concept Store comprises three interconnected zones featuring a gallery, a bookstore, and a café.






The Bunkamura is a concert hall, theater and Museum located in Shibuya, Tokyo. Bunkamura hosts international art blockbusters featuring subjects and artists ranging from Tintin to Picasso.

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