Panasonic Shiodome Museum of Art "Dreams of Life Connected by Modern Design"
The eyes of Japanese crafts people seeking to adapt modern design to the internationalspread landscape to the way of life and climate in Japan, and the eyes of global architects and designers who found modernity in Japanese architecture and design, were overlapping.
Bruno Taut, Fusaichiro Inoue, Antonin & Noemi Raymond, Interior Designer Isamu Kenmochi, Furniture Designer George Nakashima (1905–1990), Sculptor Isamu Noguchi (1904–1988), You will see approximately 160 works of crafts, furniture, architectural drawings, models, photographs, and more from the 1930s and 60s.
|Hours||From 10:00 to 18:00 (Admission closes at 17:30)|
Note: February 7 (Friday) and March 6 (Friday) open at night until 20:00 (Admission: 19:30)
|Admission||Adults: 800 yen, 65 years old and older: 700 yen, University students: 600 yen, Junior high and high school students: 400 yen, Elementary school students and younger: Free |
100 yen discount for groups of 20 or more people
Note: Guests with disabilities who wish to enter the museum for free and up to one attendant can enter the museum free of charge.