Nezu Museum, Minato
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Visit Nezu Museum for a meticulous, captivating lesson in how Japanese art and culture have evolved throughout history. The museum houses Nezu Kaichirō's (1860 –1940) private collection of pre-modern Japanese and East Asian art. Constructed in 1933, Nezu's family home-cum-museum consists of the main house, gate house, and three-story kura (storehouse) filled with relics, crafts, and works of art. Inspect the vast collection of Edo-period folding screens, paintings of renown, calligraphy, sculptures, Chinese bronzes, and archaeological materials. Should you tire from walking, rest outside in the serene traditional garden. Using our custom trip planner, Tokyo attractions like Nezu Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
国宝などの展示物はもちろん、茶室のある広い日本庭園、隈研吾氏による展示館、都内に住む者としては、わざわざ行くといったところではない場所にこのようなすばらしい美術館があるのは本当に嬉しいことです。Exhibits, such as a national treasure is, of course, wide Japan garden Tearoom, Kuma's place is not where you go all the way as the people who live in the exhibition hall by Kengo, in Tokyo, and has such great art is really nice.show original
Very peaceful museum hidden in the very end of Aoyama. It's really worth the entrance fee to just go in and see the huge Japanese garden inside. Be sure to stop by and have some tea/coffee at the muse... read more »
We always enjoy the garden. Bring your camera on suny days for potentially great garden photos. The museum is relatively small with four large rooms but the selection of pieces has always been excelle... read more »
My reason for coming here was because of the museum being designed by Kengo Kuma. This is a very nice looking museum and small, also has a nice garden in the back for you to walk around. If you see a nice exhibit they will have here be sure to visit, it's a nice place, also the staff was pretty friendly.
Medium size museum with beautiful Japanese garden in the back. Garden has many antique statues and stone lanterns, some are from the 16th century. There is a small cafe in the upper part of the garden.
The most stylish, exquisite, calm gallery I've visited. And the garden is wonderful. Large, lots of winding paths, beautiful pond, and statues and stupas at every turn.
Traditional Japanese art exhibition. Entrance fee is ¥1,000 for adult. The garden is superb!
Superb moment of peace, gorgeous gardens and nice journey across Japanese tales...
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.