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Nezu Museum

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The museum was founded in 1941 to preserve and display Japanese and East Asian antique art from the collection of its founder, Nezu Kaichiro, a businessman whose career included being President of the Tobu Railway Co., Ltd.

It reopened in October 2009, newly designed by Kengo Kuma. The expanse of this open, relaxing space is an enjoyable place to appreciate art.

The lush 17,000 square meters of Japanese garden creates an oasis in the city, where visitors can take pleasure in the passage of the seasons.

View scenic routes that include this spot

A Journey Through the Diverse Culture and Art of Tokyo and Chugoku/Shikoku ART × ISLANDS

More Information about Nezu Museum

Street address

6-5-1 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo


  • 8 minutes by foot from Omotesando Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Chiyoda Line and Hanzomon Line

Opening Hours



Mondays, during exhibition installations, and during the New Year holiday period


Best season

All year


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