• Mori Art Museum
  • Mori Art Museum
  • Mori Art Museum

Mori Art Museum

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Mori Art Museum is a leading art museum located in the trendy Roppongi Hills area of Tokyo on the 53rd floor of the main Mori building. Enjoy an excellent panoramic view of Tokyo whilst absorbing contemporary Japanese and other Asian art in a global cosmopolitan context. Mori Art Museum also holds a wide range of learning programs for not only local residents but international visitors. Learning programs are also available for a range of different ages: young children, students and senior citizens are all welcome.

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Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku
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Monday・Wednesday・Thursday・Friday・Saturday・Sunday : 10:00~22:00 Tuesday : 10:00~17:00
JPY1800 / Adult

University Student: JPY 1200
Age 16-18: JPY 1200
Under 15yrs: JPY 600
Age 65+: JPY 1500

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Details such as opening times/fees etc are subject to sudden change. While we endeavor to keep our site up to date, we advise you check the official website for each spot for the latest information



WOW U-mediator
  • 2020-02-03

Modern art museums are a difficult thing to get right, however I'm pleased to say that Mori Art Museum and the exhibitions at the time of my visit did not disappoint. A particular highlight for me was the "Future and the Arts" exhibition, which featured visually engaging and thought provoking exhibits raising questions about the future development of humankind, keeping me occupied for many hours. Obviously your experience will depend on the exhibitions so be sure to check in advance. In addition, there is a an open air observation deck which offers great views of Roppongi and Tokyo due to its central location, but unfortunately it was closed due to weather conditions. One issue is the fact that the pricing at the entrance of the museum is not entirely clear and the staff did not manage to clearly explain the differences between the ticket types. As I understood there are different lines for different tickets that allow you entrance to either a specific exhibition or all of them plus the observation deck. The confusing part is that I went for the shortest line and cheapest tickets and still got to visit all of the exhibitions. Besides the puzzling nature of the pricing the Mori Art Museum is a fantastic way to spend 3-4 hours and is definitely worth a visit.


WOW U-mediator
  • 2020-01-29

How your experience will be depends on temporary exhibition hold here. The admission fee also includes Tokyo city view observatory in 52F. And explainers are available at the entrance. There are a café and restaurant in 52F where you can enjoy the panoramic view of Tokyo while eating.

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