Mori Art Museum

Attraction 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture 106-6150, Japan Published on: 26-02-2016

1 hours 30 mins
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
03:00 PM
04:30 PM
First-time visit
Attraction
Museum
Must see
Kids
14.00 USD

Mori Art Museum is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
A 54-story skyscraper, named after the man and company that built it. The first six floors are occupied by shops and restaurants, while the top six floors house an art museum and observation deck. Offices fill the 43 floors in between.

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Why Mori Art Museum is special ?

A 54-story skyscraper, named after the man and company that built it. The first six floors are occupied by shops and restaurants, while the top six floors house an art museum and observation deck. Offices fill the 43 floors in between. The Mori Tower is one of the tallest buildings in Tokyo and a characteristic feature of the city's skyline.

Selling points

  • Tim Burton Exhibition
  • Top Art Experience on Top of the World
  • Contemporary art in a futuristic location
  • Breathtaking Building
  • Andy Warhol
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Duration
9.0 days
Estimated
1,379.63 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
28 places

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6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture 106-6150, Japan

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2003年の開館以来、「東京現代アートの顔」として、最先端アート展を開催。地上約230メートルに位置し、展望施設から東京が一望できる。

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Has the best view of the city (in addition to the art). Go on a clear day.

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初めての美術館としておすすめ。展望台にも入れるので、ふらりと立ち寄ってもよいのではないでしょうか。

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you can always find some interesting exhibitions and the view is amazing (way better than Tokyo Tower..!)

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Le Mori Art Museum est le plus complet de tous les musées d'art moderne du Grand Tokyo. On y retrouve ainsi de nombreux artistes français parmi leurs collections.

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I visited the "Love" exhibition and I loved it! It was quite long and great value for price! You can't take pictures in most parts of the exhibition, but it's structured like a journey in different stages and I really enjoyed the experience and came out of it with something. I also really liked the "Kusama" part of the exhibition, as it was very surreal and interesting.The building of the museum itself is great, easy to get to, and the outside area also reflects the style of the exhibition. I really liked the area in general and I felt the museum reflected it very well. It was a nice bonus to be able to enjoy the view from the top too, as part of our ticket!

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I went during the "Love" exhibition which had a diverse collection of beautiful art that represented the concept of love. There were the traditional canvas paintings to sculptures to digital media to full installations. Quite an exhibition to experience. For a reasonable fee, we were given access to the panoramic view, which was also breathtaking as well. We were also given an audio tape of the exhibition which was great for non-Japanese speakers. Definitely one of my favorite museums to visit.

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We visited the Harry Potter and All You Need is Love Exhibition at the Mori Art Museum with the family and had a lovely morning. The Harry Potter exhibit is great for kids and adult fans and was nicely set up. Our combo ticket also included access to the observation deck which offers great views of Tokyo. If you're in Roppingi Hills I definitely recommend a visit.

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I visited the Love exhibition and I loved it! It was quite long and great value for price! You can't take pictures in most parts of the exhibition, but it's structured like a journey in different stages and I really enjoyed the experience and came out of it with something. I also really liked the "Kusama" part of the exhibition, as it was very surreal and interesting. The building of the museum itself is great, easy to get to, and the outside area also reflects the style of the exhibition. I really liked the area in general and I felt the museum reflected it very well. It was a nice bonus to be able to enjoy the view from the top too, as part of our ticket!

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Has the best view of the city (in addition to the art). Go on a clear day

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