Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum
After Taro Okamoto (best known for the Tower of the Sun built for a world's fair) died, the atelier and home he worked out of for almost 50 years was converted into this memorial museum. The incredibly expressive artworks in the garden and the unfinished canvases that decorate the atelier almost make you feel like Okamoto were still alive. This space that overflows with creative energy will allow you to truly experience the essence of art.
|Hours||10:00 - 18:00 (Admissions close at 17:30)|
|Holiday||Tuesdays (If a holiday the museum will remain open), New Year's (12/28 - 1/4), and maintenance days.|
|Transportation||8 minute walk from Otomesando Station on Ginza/Chiyoda/Hanzomon Lines |
2 minute walk from ‘Minami-Aoyama 6 chome’ bus stop on the Toei Bus (route 88 for Shinbashi Station North Exit or Shibuya Station)
|Admission||General: ¥620 (¥520) Elementary school students: ¥310 (¥210) |
*Prices within ( ) are for groups of 15+ people