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WESTERN ART IN JAPAN
The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo| 国立西洋美術館

Photo © The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

Situated at the main entrance of Ueno Park, the National Museum of Western Art is a symbol of French-Japanese cultural relations. The museum exhibits works from the Matsukata Collection as well as works created from the Renaissance through the early 20th century. In July 2016, 17 works by Le Corbusier, including the NMWA Main Building were designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.

Address : 7-7 Ueno-koen, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007

Phone : +81-3-5777-8600

Region : Tokyo | Ueno

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Official Site : Link

Admission : Permanent Collection - Adults : ¥430 / University students : ¥130 / High school students and younger, Seniors aged 65 and over : Free
Special Exhibition - Differ according to exhibition.

Hours : 9:30 to 17:30 / Friday : 9:30 to 20:00 / Saturday : Permanent Collection 9:30 to 20:00 Special Exhibitions 9:30 to 17:30 (Last entry 30 mins before closing)
Closed on Monday (Open if Monday is a national holiday, closed the following day), during year-end and new year holidays.

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