Nezu Museum

Nezu Museum information

Tokyo , Japan
6-5-1 Minami-Aoyama
+81 3400 2536
Getting there
Subway: Ginza line to Omote-sandō, exit A5
More information
adult/student/child ¥1000/800/free, special exhibitions ¥200 extra
Opening hours
10am-5pm Tue-Sun
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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.