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Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

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Nestled on top of Mori Tower, Mori Art Museum offers interesting contemporary art displays coupled with impressive views of the Tokyo skyline. Established in 2003, the stylish gallery with high ceilings and broad windows was designed by New York architect Richard Gluckman. Enjoy the exhibitions by both local and world-famous artists, visit the cafe and giftshop, or take in the extensive vista. The indoor vantage point on the 52nd floor is included in the museum ticket price, while for an additional fee you can take an elevator to the open-air sky deck. To visit Mori Art Museum and other attractions in Tokyo, use our Tokyo online trip maker.
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  • This is VERY modern art. Some interesting exhibits, some only fair. Greatness is in th eye of the beholder, obviously. You may love it. 
    This is VERY modern art. Some interesting exhibits, some only fair. Greatness is in th eye of the beholder, obviously. You may love it.  more »
  • The current 'Another Energy' exhibition of female artists is excellent and well worth a visit. Be aware that (contrary to information in my travel guide) entry for the City View is not included in.....  more
    The current 'Another Energy' exhibition of female artists is excellent and well worth a visit. Be aware that (contrary to information in my travel guide) entry for the City View is not included in.....  more »
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  • Mori Art Museum has come up with a new theme which includes something about effects of tsunami and nuclear power plant explosion and so on. Their idea is really much appreciated but I actually wanted to see the old art which actually made me to visit the Museum but okay not bad but not satisfied, cheers for the work
  • was the exhibition when I was there. Glad to be back after the pandemic. This is definitely a gallery that you should visit if you're into arts. I appreciate the artworks a lot here.

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