Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum
A painter and sculpture, Okamoto Tarō was Japan's most recognised artist from the post-WWII period, a rare avant-garde figure with mass...
Of course you could shop here, but you can also ogle the gorgeous, convex glass bubbles of the exterior. Designed by Herzog & de...
Ohara School of Ikebana
Every Thursday, from 10.30am to 12.30pm, this well-regarded ikebana school teaches introductory flower-arrangement classes in English....
Blue Note Tokyo
The serious cognoscenti roll up to this, Tokyo’s prime jazz spot, to take in the likes of Maceo Parker, Herbie Hancock and Doctor John....
Fresh caught seafood from the nearby Izu Peninsula is the speciality at this upscale, yet unpretentious restaurant. If you're looking to...
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Nezu Museum information
Nezu Museum offers a striking blend of old and new: a renowned collection of Japanese, Chinese and Korean antiquities in a gallery space designed by contemporary architect Kuma Kengo. Select items from the extensive collection are displayed in seasonal exhibitions.
Behind the galleries is a woodsy strolling garden laced with stone paths and studded with teahouses and sculptures. There’s a glass-walled cafe (also designed by Kuma), too.