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Suntory Museum of Art サントリー美術館

Suntory Museum of Art Suntory Museum of Art
Suntory Museum of Art Suntory Museum of Art

Photo copyright: ©Keizo Kioku

©Keizo Kioku

A space dedicated to the beauty of everyday life

The Suntory Museum of Art displays the best of Japanese art through stunning exhibitions of paintings, ceramics, lacquerware, glassware, dyeing and weaving. The basic concept here is what the museum calls "Art in Life." The museum is located within the Tokyo Midtown complex in Roppongi .

Don't Miss

  • Watching a traditional tea ceremony
  • Picking up some classical Japanese goods at the gift store
  • Trying modern interpretations of traditional Japanese dishes at the Kaga-fu Fumuroya run cafe

Quick Facts

Tea ceremonies are offered in the sixth-floor tea ceremony room on designated exhibition days

The museum's collection includes about 3,000 works in total

©Tatsuyuki Tayama

How to Get There

You can reach the museum by train or taxi.

Tokyo Midtown, where the museum is located, is directly connected to Roppongi Station on the Toei Oedo Line via Exit 8 and the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line via an underground passage. It's also an approximately three-minute walk from exit 3 of Nogizaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line.

©Keizo Kioku

Everyday beauty

Located in the Tokyo Midtown Galleria, the Suntory Museum of Art is dedicated to the artistic elements of everyday life in Japan, from ceramics to paintings, lacquerware, weaving and everything in between. If it fits into the museum's idea of "Art in Life," then chances are it will be here.

©Tatsuyuki Tayama

The philosophy of the gallery

The museum's message "Art revisited, beauty revealed", is to connect and open up the arts to help everyday people appreciate the artistic qualities of everyday life.

Since the museum is rather compact in size, it is possible to explore all of it in less than an hour. The space also houses a cafe and store on site.

©Keizo Kioku

* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.

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