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“Art and culture collection by the Mitsui Family, merchant tycoon. Occasional special exhibition.”
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Museum
“The years 1880 to 1890 were notable for important work by many artists, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec among them. One of the most fertile periods in modern art history, the late 19th century was an era in which a diverse range of aesthetic sensibilities were cultivated. It was also during this period that the original Mitsubishi Ichigokan was built. The museum concentrates on collecting graphic art and artifacts that were produced during this era, and in the future, plans to present these works to the public in a series of special exhibitions. (Open 10am-18pm)”
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Museum
“If you are interested in learning a little bit about the history of the police force in Japan with some time to spare, this is a fun little police museum for you. Not only you can learn about the police, you can learn about some of the other civil employees of Japan as well, such as criminal investigators and marine rescue crews. If this something you might like then I recommend you visit this location. Also say hi to Pipu-kun, the yellow looking character with the big ears. (The Police Force Mascot)”
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Museum
“Free museum about advertisement from Japan and abroad. Lots of insights on Japanese consumer culture and history. Also free observatory on top of the building (46F)”
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Museum
“Many type of goldfishes in this gallery. Not only many golden fishes, you can see the beautiful art with nice glass container and lights. ”
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“The Rainbow Bridge features a stretched and beautiful shape like a rainbow over Tokyo Bay as its name suggests. It is a 798-meger suspension bridge spanning from Shibaura Pier and the Odaiba waterfront development in Minato Ward. ”
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Art Museum
“There’s more than 400 years of history in this specialty shop for washi, a Japanese paper essential for calligraphy, and the building has an impressive facade that reflects its roots in the Edo era. Be sure to see the washi gallery, which has an impressive collection of paper for various calligraphy and art uses, as well as the themed exhibitions. You can make your own washi here, and I highly recommend it. The process will help you understand why it is superior to regular drawing paper when it comes to calligraphy.”
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Museum
“At Marunouchi North entrance hall. The next to this Gallery is JR East traveler's help desk. This is where you exchange voucher for JR Pass. The staff speaks English and help foreign travelers.”
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Art Museum
“三井記念美術館 / Mitsui Memorial Museum The Mitsui Memorial Museum holds collection of the Mitsui family that has the history of three centuries. Built in 2005 inside the Mitsui Main Building, the western style structure was approved Important Cultural Property by the Japanese government. You can enjoy both the exhibitions and building. ”
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