Musee Tomo
Kamiyacho: Art museum
 
Musee Tomo: Kamiyacho
Kamiyacho / Art museum
Open 10am-6pm. Closed Mondays.
General admission Y1300
Average visit time: 15-45 minutes

Tomo Kikuchi has assembled one of the best collections of contemporary Japanese ceramic art in the world, including works by many recognized master potters, and her collection is still growing with the addition of newly added pieces each year.

Exhibitions change every few months and are displayed in a tasteful, well-lit setting. Note that many of the exhibits concentrate on one particular artist or style of pottery, so it may take multiple visits to see a cross-section of the collection's range of work.


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6 minutes from Kamiyacho station exit 4b (Hibaya line); 8 minutes from Roppongi 1-chome station (Namboku line); 8 minutes from Tameike-Sanno station exit 13 (Namboku, Ginza lines)
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