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At first I was hesitant to give Suntory Museum a try. However, I ended up liking the museum so much that I visited twice, and I thoroughly enjoyed it both times! No pictures are allowed but the exhibits were so beautiful that they left a...More
The museum was on the 4th level of Tokyo Midtown. Was a very nice museum with some excellent items. Was very small, so did not take long to tour. After we completed the museum, we did some shopping and ate at one of the restaurants...More
This very well displayed exhibition presents art works dating as far back as the IX th century.
Not only is the condition of the paintings and sculptures amazingly good given their age but their artistic appeal is remarkable.
Some English commentary is available.
The current exhibition on Qing Dynasty glass was impressive. The Qing glass items were combined with works from French artist Galle. The Qing influence on Galle was intriguing. Go see these rare and beautiful pieces. Some are loaned from places as far away as the...More
I combined my visit to Suntory Museum of Art with window shopping in Tokyo Midtown.
The museum was designed by the world renowned architect Kengo Kuma and the interior was very pleasing to my eyes. The temporary exhibition featured glass from the Qing Imperial Collection...More
A nice sized museum located inside Tokyo Midtown Galleria. It was small enough to keep my boyfriends attention for 30 minutes or so. The scrolls were beautiful and there were some English translation. They had a great little gift shop too!
This is a perfect size museum that takes 15-30 minute. When we visited the support materials we in English so it may be available for some shows. I would also recommend checking what type of show it is before going. If you are with people...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.