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Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum, Minato

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  • This place used to be a workshop of Mr. Taro Okamoto, a famous sculptor. So this is the good place to know where he worked and to see some of his works in the garden but there were no information disp...  more »
  • I have been a big fan of Taro Okamoto for many years. It is not just his great paintings and sculptures but I learnt a lot from his writings on culture. This small museum tributes to him by renovating...  more »
  • This used to be Taro Okamoto's own home and visitors are able to see the studio where he worked. The lounge and the garden have his quirky sculptures displayed, and I think are how they would been whe...  more »
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  • Wonderful little art museum about Taro Okamoto. It's really lovely particularly outside. It's worth to go inside though. You will see some truly fascinating pieces of art.
  • A small museum dedicated to Taro Okamoto. Inside you can see a replica of his studio.. And a replica of Taro Okamoto himself!
  • Very small, basically it's just his house/studio. However, the pictures on show are amazing.
  • The artist and sculptor Taro Okamoto is known for his iconic, cartoonish and somewhat surrealist large-scale public sculptures. The museum occupies the space that he used as a studio and residence for fifty years, until his death in 1996. Upstairs on the second floor is a small gallery space displaying four or five large-scale paintings, and a screening room showing a documentary video of Okamoto's life and art.
  • Very good. Air in the Atelier and the smell is unbearable. Green Garden also, Gacha Gacha was fun! Cute soft vinyl. Get healthy and visit the place.
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