Wednesday, October 25, 2017

The National Art Center, Tokyo


Located only 10 to 15 minutes walking from Roppongi station, The National Art Center, Tokyo, was one of the museums I would suggest for every art lover out there. In fact, I went to the art center just for the jazz concert straight from New York City, it was an hour of chilling music ever! However, after that I was walking around the museum, which was quite huge and you may need an hour to appreciate a wide variety of the artwork. Actually, the entry fee is less than 1,000 yen. Somehow, I was able to got in for free. So, that was a night to remember! 

In Tokyo, there are a lot of museums you can visit, not just an art one. If you search Google, you may come across many suggested museums to go in Tokyo, such as Ghibli museum, and etc. Actually, I have almost 2 weeks left in Tokyo, therefore I would love to explore the museums as many as possible. Yet, my call is about the local areas, I can't really promise anything...(lol) 

As mentioned, The National Art Center, Tokyo is pretty big, so you may want to go to many floors all at once. Besides, there is a cute little shop where you can buy a gift back home, including the postcards, t-shirt, and etc. 



20 comments :

  1. I'm going to Tokyo in December and I love art galleries so I might have to visit this place and give myself a break from shopping haha xoxo

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  2. Lovely photos babe!

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  3. It does look like a cool gallery. I love visiting them while I travel, it just enriches the travel experience so much.
    xx Jenelle
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  4. This looks like a fab place to visit! I would love to go to Tokyo and have a wander around here. x

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  5. Looks like a place to visit and place tourist. Great shots as always beautiful lady.

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  6. Don't know why but I've yet to visit the National Art Center...... maybe I was always too busy eating & shopping. xoxo

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  7. It has to be an amazing place! I like your blog, would you like to follow each other?:)

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  8. I love art!<3
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  9. I loveee the art pieces here!! They're really unique and I love the color palette.

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  10. Looks like beautiful art show x

    Laura
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  11. Beautiful photos, I would love to visit.
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  12. WOW, so much amazing artworks. I wish I went to Tokyo soon.
    Hugs and have a lovely rest of the weekend,
    Miri
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  13. Oh the artwork is just beautiful! :) Thanks for sharing and Happy Sunday!
    xx
    Shivangi
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  14. Beautiful pics. I would love to go to Tokyo.
    Have a great time.

    Love, Esther
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  15. I want to go back to Tokyo so bad! It's been over 10 years since I've been and I miss it so much especially when I see all of your really cool posts!

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  16. Ooh wow this is super cool - wish I could have visited!! It looks fab!


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  17. Oh I love art museums! You have one of the best blogs out there... food, art, travel!

    -L
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  18. That looks so interesting :) Love it!

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  19. This museum sounds amazing !
    I love this kind of places.
    xx,
    Margot
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  20. Wow. The art pieces look amazing!!

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