Mitsui Memorial Museum, Chuo

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#34 of 265 in Museums in Tokyo
The is an art museum in Tokyo's Nihonbashi district. It is located within the Mitsui Main Building, an Important Cultural Property as designated by the Japanese government.CollectionThe museum's collection includes items used in the Japanese tea ceremony as well as Eastern antiques. Over 4,000 items collected by the Mitsui family since the Edo period of Japan are showcased within the museum.Other Central Tokyo MuseumsMitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, TokyoBridgestone Museum of ArtIdemitsu Museum of Arts
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  • I thought Japan bridge area is splendid building is the Museum building is impressive, so the building alone is worth. Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Mitsui Tower went, the Museum was closed, the adjacent sembikiya store home office as well as turned on, became a feast for the eyes.
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  • Japan Bridge station, in the Mitsui main building elevators to the upper floors. From the elevator, in the chic in the hardwood of felt and feel excited to go. Great art exhibition's great works were collected in the Mitsui financial. Too crowded and quite relaxed look space-taking was to groan.
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  • 三井財閥所蔵の、中世から近代に至るまでの様々な美術品や工芸品を主体に展示されている美術館です。明治期に建築された三井本館のクラシカルな外観とは打って変わって、美術館内は近未来的な印象を受けます。展示室の数は多いですが各部屋の広さは大小様々。しかも整然とした配置ではなく、他の美術館とは異なった配置で、且つ内装も落ち着いた暗め系から明るい白系まで。次はどんな部屋だろう、どんな展示なんだろう… というワ...  more »
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  • Has interesting exhibitions of Japanese art in unique galleries created from an early 20th century bank office. Just don't expect any English explanations, which is regrettable seeing it's in the same building as an international hotel ...
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  • Modern buildings, and the remnants of the old Japan bridge building is the Mitsui main building (Mitsui Sumitomo Trust) as with Mitsukoshi Department store building. Here the Mitsui main building, an important cultural property in order large Corinthian columns lined with American, Beaux Arts and neoclassical style of building. Museum of fine arts is also our interior of the original building, room front office followed by former Executive dining room, and a large dining room with a subdued décor is. Storeroom door especially remains at the time of the exhibition exit aisle (made by the Mosler) is not to be missed. The thickness of the door is 10 inches (25. 4 cm) weighs about 8 tons!
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  • Japan bridge nearby. It is a serene place. At this time I saw transcendent art exhibition and. No less that amount to hit the glass and look for small things. Didn't work "cucumber" textile gloves or something in some places three adhered to. Had the opportunity to see the old Kyoto, Yokohama and Ueno virtuosity, visited for the first time works by contemporary artists. Old and new blend of new and fun.
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