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The National Art Center, Tokyo

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"With one of the coolest restaurants and cafes, many people visit just to see the space. There are actually 4 cafes in this museum! It has operated as an art center where people can experience various artistic expressions. They hold a variety of exhibitions by making use of Japan's largest exhibition space (14,000 m2), to collect, publish, and provide information and materials related to art. Viewing fees depend on which exhibition you'd like to see, as special exhibitions have viewing fees determined per each exhibition. Public exhibitions vary depending on the art group. "
"This is one of the largest exhibition spaces in Japan. It hosts an array of rotating exhibitions, from contemporary masterpieces to classic works. And let’s not forget the striking architecture by Kisho Kurokawa. It’s free to enter the space and have a wander, and they run a mix of free and paid exhibitions to view, just make sure to visit their website to see what's on. - Open: 10am - 7pm - Closed on Tuesdays "
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