Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Chiyoda

#13 of 265 in Museums in Tokyo
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. Put Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum into our Tokyo trip itinerary builder website to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Tokyo.
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  • The building itself is worth a look as is the poster exhibition we saw. A remarkable number of works available to view. The exhibition flows seamlessly through the building. It was a good way to spend...  more »
  • Tokyo-Mitsubishi and the exterior is pretty near the Museum building, 1st floor, the restaurant-the Cannes Café can show foreign passports enter 10 very popular Pro discount as
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  • The works included the usual Lautrec like finish Lautrec exhibitions of very good. I wanted to use the first floor Café, but there are plenty of people waiting in line for lunch, so haven't been able to take advantage of the dot. Apart from a few places available for a photo shoot in most shooting impossible. Audio guide in Japanese, no outside ash.
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  • Enjoyed the exhibition! There's a nice little park right beside the building too.
  • Bonjour Monsieur Renoir: Renoir and Umehara was quite a nice surprise. The exhibition is a good example on how to create a compelling walk through the story of an artist / movement. Umehara is a Japanese painter that was highly influenced by Renoir and other western impressionists. You will learn how this exchange started and some key aspects of how Umehara art was molded by Western influences. Well worth visiting, plus the building is amazing and the area around is gorgeous.
  • Good place to go other than shopping.
  • Nice museum - interesting history.
  • Mitsubishi Ichikougan Museum is an upscale museum in a 19th century building from the eraly Meiji period, entirely reconstructed after WW2, next to Tokyo main railway station.

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