The Shoto Museum of Art, Shibuya

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#103 of 265 in Museums in Tokyo
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  • Atsuhiko Misawa's animals and see we have. Soon as I saw the building excitement. Fragrant and enter the wood. Pick up big white bear. Hello. Exciting. Animal can be taken into a room and only Tiger, Hello. I have a small bear out the window. Explore the Museum. Funakoshi Katsura, Masato Kobayashi, Hiroshi sugito, Masashi Asada and fun Nakama artists. Writers joked that said changes on the fly, the new works, like creatures evolve within the House. Due to the time it's description of the curator. Also works with improvisation can glimpse into the production process, in the raw. Such an opportunity. Atsuhiko Misawa and by Kei Kobayashi's head building. In 20 minutes. Wow. Inspiring.
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  • From Shibuya Station to the West past Tokyu Yamanote is a city located on the corner of upscale residential street toward "Shoto" Museum. Building the courtyard in both appearance and internal full of originality and the exhibition itself is important. Works but has no permanent collection, has always held a unique exhibition. Parking is a little bit away from the station. Please note that when you come by car because there is there metered parking in front of the number at lot no.
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  • Atsuhiko Misawa of the exhibition! Is brand new out of the sights is questionable. You can have big leather sofa in the Hall on the second floor of the salon, sit back and watch works.
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  • Some exhibitions are overpriced (place is fairly small) and often with very little explanations (especially in english).
  • 500 yen for adults, 400 yen for college students. the exhibition here is educational, and the facilities are very good.
  • Went to watch the show to join the friends. In an attempt to contrast a piece of valuable cultural heritage and contemporary and interesting. But not only that the building is also interesting. In the circle at the bottom of the cylindrical Atrium pond and fountain, which surrounded the building, do you see. Located in puzzles just foreign tourists in recent years and, while very comfortable space is precious. Interesting, and singing can park a bike aside while on site.
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  • Shibuya Ward goes out on Friday and it is good. 6/6/2017 (Tuesday) ~ 7/23 (Sunday) was a Quay Brothers exhibition. Recommended to anyone who likes Svankmajer. Parasol is you even leave your stand. That is a nice pass photo corridor.
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  • From the 12/12 so cute & exhibition precious perfume bottles of 100 or more starts.
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