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Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Chiyoda

(4.3/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
View a number of important artworks at Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, an art gallery focusing on 19th-century Western artworks. Opened in 2010, the museum sits in a three-story red brick and concrete building, a reconstruction of the original building that stood on the spot from 1894 to 1968. The gallery examines trends in the European art world at the time the original building was completed, with a particularly keen focus on the works of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec. Pass through the gallery's 20 rooms, watching the birth of modernism in Europe, and make sure to check out the temporary exhibits as well as the permanent collection. With our world travel planner, Tokyo attractions like Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • As you say you are is a great building. Guests can enjoy a harmonious and around your garden, even from the outside. I think doing well decorated atmosphere is a lot of space, such as a small room, but without hesitation, easy-to-understand, so often considered can exhibit. But the entrance is a little confusing, and left luggage lockers in the umbrella and more easy to use and hard to return, so will consider such circulation. I think some of the featured exhibitions is not large, there.
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  • I walked from the Tokyo International Forum. What enters the Museum of fine arts was passed over again for the first time. Is now a beautiful brick building where, and that the entrance is? I noticed immediately that courtyard and walking along the buildings. I see! I'd enter directly, by the road side, not from a once through the courtyard. Shut-off with the outside world and harmony. Nice Museum was more than imagined.
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  • I went to see the exhibition Renoir dear Sensei. Good planning and a great Office of the Meiji era red brick buildings. It is building out the romance of the Meiji era, many times without 見飽ki. There is hard to turn as the Museum of fine arts, building sufficient cover. Many times is the place you want to go.
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