• Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
  • Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
  • Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
  • Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
  • Tokyo Photographic Art Museum

Tokyo Photographic Art Museum

Art & Architecture

Wheelchair-friendly

Parking

Family-friendly

Unrestricted by Weather

Easy Access

Free Admission

Restroom

English

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Things to know

The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum is located near Ebisu Station. It is run by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and is the only public museum in Japan dedicated to photography and moving images. It offers thematic exhibitions of photography that often feature multiple artists. If you are interested in the art of photography, you should definitely check this one out!

Photograph of Sumo wrestlers: Shimooka Renjo, Sumo wrestlers, c.1868-71, Albumen print, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum



Information

〒1530062
Yebisu Garden Place, 1-13-3 Mita, Meguro-ku
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03-3280-0099
Duration: 1.5 hours
Tuesday・Wednesday・Saturday・Sunday : 10:00~18:00 Thursday・Friday : 10:00~20:00

Closed during the Japanese New Year period.
Final admission 30 minutes before closing.
Hours for the first-floor hall vary by program.
If Monday is a public holiday, the facility will be closed the following day instead.

JPY0 / Adult

The admission fees vary depending on the exhibition or screening.

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Recommended Season
January・February・March・April・May・June・July・August・September・October・November・December

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

Reviews

Dimitri

WOW U-mediator
  • 2020-01-30

I was very impressed by the quality and presentation of the exhibitions during my visit. At the time there were 3 exhibitions each with their own theme and separate entrance fee. I chose to visit 2 out of the 3 as there was an hour until closing time. The first exhibit comprised of multiple contemporary Japanese photographers with fresh and innovative thought provoking ideas. The other one was a retrospective of a a photographer who has lived in Tokyo for 60 years and taken pictures of the city for over 30 years. The photographer himself was actually present at the exhibition and offered to sign a copy of his book. Overall a must visit for photography fans of any level.

 

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