This museum (which is in Omotesando, not near Nezu Station, go figure) is a small art museum that showcases beautifully curated exhibits, focusing on traditional Japanese arts and crafts.
Open: Every day except closed on Mondays, Dec 29 – Jan 3 and during exhibit preparation
Hours: 10:00 – 17:00
Admission: Adult ¥1100 (¥1300 for special exhibition), student (high school and above) ¥800 (¥1000 for special exhibition)
For the upcoming exhibition schedule, check the Nezu Museum website
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