Bridgestone Museum of Art
National Film Centre
Here you'll find an archive of Japanese and foreign films, as well as books, periodicals, posters and other materials. There are daily...
Following a major renovation and expansion completed in time for its centenary in 2014, Tokyo Station is in grand form. Kingo Tatsuno's...
The exterior of the nine-storey office of local recruitment firm Pasona is clad in plants, while inside around 200 species of fruits,...
National Film Center
Screens two or three Japanese movies a day at bargain basement prices.
Tokyo Rāmen Street
Eight hand-picked rāmen-ya operate minibranches in this basement arcade on the Yaesu side of Tokyo Station. All the major styles are...
1-10-1 Kyōbashi · interesting places nearby
Bridgestone Museum of Art information
Amassed by Bridgestone founder Ishibashi Shōjiro, this 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.