Nezu Museum
Nezu Museum
Nezu Museum
Nezu Museum Nezu Museum Nezu Museum

The Nezu Museum of Art, located in Minami Aoyama, Tokyo, was opened in 1941 based on the collection of Kaichiro Nezu, the first president of the Tobu Railway Company.
It is one of the few museums in Japan that has been in existence since before World War II, and its collection of Japanese and Oriental antiques includes many national treasures and important cultural properties. The main exhibition room on the first floor holds special exhibitions two to three times a year, and special exhibitions are held four to five times a year.
Another highlight of the Nezu Museum is the authentic Japanese garden. You can stroll around the garden, which is dotted with stone Buddhas, pagodas, and ponds.

  • Address

    6-5-1 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062

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  • Entry fee

    Special exhibition: General 1300 yen, students (high school students and above) 1000 yen / Special exhibition: General 1100 yen, students (high school students and above) 800 yen

  • Opening Hours

    From 10 am to 5 pm (admission is until 4:30)

  • Closed

    Monday, Display of replacement period, Year-end and New Year holidays *If Monday is a holiday, closed on the following Tuesday

  • Website

  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point

    Parking lot: 9 cars (including 1 parking lot for disabled people)

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    Get off at Omotesando Station on the Ginza, Hanzomon, and Chiyoda subway lines. 8 minutes on foot from Exit A5 (stairs), 10 minutes on foot from Exit B4 (stairs / elevator), 10 minutes on foot from Exit B3 (elevator or escalator)

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