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The Evolution of Japanese Art: Tickets to The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Daily except Sundays & Mondays

  • Duration

    You’re in control! Stay as long as you’d like!

  • Start time

    Open between 10am and 5pm (up to 8pm on Fridays & Saturdays)

  • Meeting Point

    Make your way to The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, located at 3-1 Kitanomaru Koen, Chiyoda, 102-8322, Tokyo

Key Highlights

  • Explore Japan's cultural evolution in the 20th century with a massive collection of 13,000 works
  • Trace the country's transformation as a nation through its treasured cultural properties
  • Admire the museum permanent collection housing Japanese and Western-style paintings, prints, sculptures, and more
  • Both printed or smartphone vouchers accepted!


The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (MOMAT), gets visitors up close with a showcase of the massive transformation Japan went through in the 20th century. This ticket to MOMAT is perfect for exploring the museum's immense collection to understand how the country's sense of 'self' underwent a rapid period of cultural revolution.

The state-of-the-art museum houses more than 13,000 works including Japanese and Western-style paintings, prints, sculptures, photographs, and videos - focusing on Japan's cultural production from the inception of the 20th century. See how, over the years, artists and creatives have rushed to synthesize the past and future through art. 

MOMAT is the only museum in the country which has managed to seamlessly present a chronological passage of Japan's Modern Era culture in a single sweep, being home to themed areas, such as 'A Room with a View' which offers up Tokyo itself as the ultimate artwork through its huge windows. The permanent collection is housed on the second through to the fourth floors of the museum, showcasing around 200 pieces dedicated to unraveling the innumerable layers of modern-day society.

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  • Admission to the permanent collection of the museum


  • Admission to the temporary exhibitions

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