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Nezu Museum

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Established in 1945, the museum houses 7000 items, mainly antique works, and teaware collected by the first generation businessman, Kaiichiro Nezu (founder of Tobu Railway). The garden, with a tea room, is known as one of the quietest and excellent gardens in Tokyo, taking advantage of the natural atmosphere, incorporating the mountain stream that runs on a slope.

You can enjoy the changing leaves in the garden in the fall.

Hours10:00-17:00 (entry until 16:30)
HolidayMondays, Exhibition change period / Year-End and Start of Year.
In the case of holiday Mondays, the following Tuesday
Parking9 spaces (including 1 designated space for the disabled)
Transportation8 minutes on foot from Subway Ginza/Hanzomon/Chiyoda Lines Omotesando Station A5 exit (stairs), 10 minutes on foot from B4 exit, 10 minutes on foot from B3 exit, 5 minutes on foot from Toei Bus Route Shibu 88 Shibuya Station to Shinbashi Station "Minami Aoyama 6 Chome" Stop.
Admission(Special Exhibitions) General 1300 yen Student-High School Student and above 1000 yen (Collection Exhibits) General 1100 yen Student-High School Student and above 800 yen


6-5-1 Minami Aoyama, Minato City, Tokyo
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