Nezu Museum

By Weekender Editor

The Nezu Museum is home to a collection of approximately 7,400 works. This includes seven National Treasures, 87 Important Cultural Properties, and 94 Important Art Objects covering a wide range of genres from Japanese screens and sculptures to paintings and ceramics.

The museum is also known for its garden and field of violets, a popular attraction in the spring.

How Much: ¥1,300 for museum exhibition (includes garden access)

Address: 6-5- 1 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku

Website: www.nezu-muse.or.jp

Tel: 03-3400-2536

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