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Mitsui Memorial Museum, Chuo

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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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  • This is a museum for ceramics and chinaware enthusiats. If you have the Grutto Museum Pass admission is free and absolutely worth a visit while you are strolling through Nihonbashi  more »
  • This museum is easily accessible from Mitsukoshimae exit A7 which leads almost directly to the entrance to the museum. The exhibitions that are put on there seem to be quite niche and upmarket. One or...  more »
  • It was a cold, sunny, Sunday afternoon and I thought I would stop working and try to do something "cultural". The hotel concierge found all kinds of exhibits related to Western art and culture, but th...  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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  • The building itself is beautiful and a great word. Taking full advantage to good tree pin cushion on the elevator and room partitions, old, heavy doors and matching the modern and admire. Gallery exit quickly Mosler's storeroom door is not to be missed.
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  • On the Tokyo Metro Ginza line Mitsukoshi-Mae Station one minute, was nice. Walking distance from Tokyo station. Adult-like, relaxed atmosphere at Hotel ^ ^;
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