A traditional Edo period area, Kiyosumi Shirakawa (清澄白河) and the surrounding area has seen something of a revitalization in recent decades with the inflow of art museums and, more recently, artisan coffee roasters.
LocationKiyosumi Shirakawa, Koto, Tokyo
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Museum opened in 1995 to display a collection of post-1945 modern and contemporary art from Japan and abroad. The museum has three floors of galleries devoted to temporary exhibitions and two floors for the “MOT Collection”—the museum’s permanent display of over 5,000 exhibits and works of art.
Ticket prices depend on the exhibition.
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