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Ota Memorial Museum of Art, Shibuya
(4.4/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Harajuku fashion and famous think that serves as the Museum's Ukiyo-e in the traditional fashion, old Japan that only some people abroad for professional. It seems many coming and much more alien rather than Japanese or English writing.
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  • Small museum dedicated to the Ukiyo-e art that is a genre of painting and woodcut popular in 17th-century Japan. Appreciate smaller museums as these allow visitors an immersion and aborting bigger. And this Museum takes its mission seriously, which makes him a super ride enriching. The "floating world" depicted by the ukiyo-e art is fascinating and broadened my insight into Japanese culture. In October 2016, this Museum had a special exhibit of artist Kuniyoshi, one of the exponents of this art form.
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  • A small museum with modest entry fee. Very high quality woodblock exhibit on three levels. Excellent washrooms. Gift shop specializes in small textiles at reasonable prices so this is a must- go for q...  more »
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  • Worth a visit! Good size for a museum - enough to look at for an hour or so without being overwhelming. Exhibits rotate - we went to the Hokusai exhibit which was well laid out and labelled, and had some really nice pieces.
  • Nice exhibitions which are usually related to Edo period.
  • I found the museum with a search on some wood block print exhibitions. Due to the sensitivity of the prints (paper and ink) the prints are roared every month, at the time I went it was focused on villains. The space was very calming and inviting. The only drawback was only minor the English to explain the stories of each print. This would have given more insight but I enjoyed myself and felt like I had a better appreciation for the prints.
  • Great little museum of woodblock prints.
  • Focused museum, very much worth the visit if you have any interest in Japanese wood block art.