There are many museums in Toyo and most of the private owned museums are well financed and often the monuments of modern Japanese architecture. Suntory Museum of Art is one of those. When we visited this museum the exhibition was titled "Mono no Aware and Japanese Beauty". In this exhibition all these pieces of art express the changes in the nature, e.g. the landscape with birds, the plants, insects, people and the moon, that are beautifully reflecting spring, summer autumn and winter in Japan. The exhibition was quiet and well structured that it was very comfortable to look around. It is recommendable to take advantage of English audio guide (JPY 500.-) so that you do not miss small and fantastic details of each piece of art. The museum is located in the "Tokyo Midtown" which is not very far from the Roppongi crossing and “Tokyo Midtown” itself is also highly interesting to look around.
Tokyo Midtown is a modern complex which includes office, residential, commercial, hotel, and various leisure spaces. As far as I known the tallest building in Tokyo is also a part of it.
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