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The National Museum of Western Art 国立西洋美術館 Museums / Ueno

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The National Museum of Western Art is a national art gallery in Ueno Park that specializes in works that originated in the Western world. Paintings on display range from works by 18th century “old masters” such as Veronese and Rubens to contemporary French paintings and 20th century paintings from Picasso and Miro. You can also see sculptures from artists such as Rodin and Maillol.

Categories Museums , Architecture
Nearest Station Ueno
Address 7-7 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5777-8600
Home Page http://www.nmwa.go.jp (Available in English)
Business Hours 9:30am-17:30pm; Fri 9:30am-8:00pm; Closed Mon
Price Admission: Adults: 420yen, College Students: 130yen, High School Students: 70yen

1 Review for The National Museum of Western Art


Peter
  • The National Museum of Western Art
  • (2007-06-06)
  • You're greeted immediately by Rodin sculpture, which turns out to be a theme at NMWA. According to a guide, the museum's pride is its permanent Rodin and Monet collections. The NMWA also regularly hosts high-profile touring exhibits. The museum staff speaks some English, and overall it is very English friendly. Buying tickets and getting instructions was easy, and I was handed a very helpful if ... Read More
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