Opened in 1966, the Idemitsu Museum of Arts perfectly combines Japanese traditionalism and modernism. The permanent Idemitsu Collection consists of 15,000 art pieces, including two National Treasures and 54 Important Cultural Properties. It mainly displays East Asian antiques, ceramics and Japanese paintings like yamato-e, rimpa, bunjin-ga and ukiyo-e. If you are into pottery, make sure you visit the Sherd Room where Asian and Egyptian pottery fragments are housed.
Transport Hibiya Station via Hibiya Line or Chiyoda line, exit B3
Get a refreshingly new perspective at Mount Mitake
176 Mitakesan, Ome-shi, Tokyo Ome-shi
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