Bridgestone Museum of Art

Bridgestone Museum of Art information

Tokyo , Japan
1-10-1 Kyōbashi
Getting there
Train: Ginza Line to Nihombashi, Takashimaya exit
More information
adult/student ¥800/500
Opening hours
10am-6pm, closed Mon
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The Bridgestone Corporation’s collection, which was previously kept as a private collection by Bridgestone founder Ishibashi Shōjiro, is one of the best French impressionist collections you will find in Asia. Though European painting is undoubtedly the main attraction (think Renoir, Ingres, Monet, Corot, Matisse, Picasso, Kandinsky et al), the museum also exhibits sculpture and some works by Japanese impressionists as well as European pieces that employ abstract or neoclassical aesthetics.