eye lo descubrió en abril de 2013
10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Entrance until 4:30 p.m.)
Friday 10:00 a.m.-7:00p.m.(Entrance until 6:30p.m.)
Monday (The Museum will be open when Monday is a national holiday.), the year-end and New Year holidays, and the change of exhibits.
High School and College Students: ¥700
Junior High School Students or Younger: Free (with Parent or Guardian)
Groups of 20 or more: ¥200 Discount, each
* ¥200 Discount for Persons with Disability (with Presentation of the Physical Disability Certificate and Free Admission for one Caretaker)
Idemitsu Museum of Arts
9th Floor, Teigeki Bldg., 3-1-1,
Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0005
A 5-minute walk from Kokusai Forum Exit of JR Yūrakuchō Station or a 3-minute walk from B3 Exit of Subway Yūrakuchō and Hibiya Stations.
The Idemitsu Museum of Arts was opened in 1966 as an exhibition hall for the Idemitsu Collection. The building is located on the 9th floor of the Imperial Theater Building looking down over the beautiful Imperial Garden in Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. The museum is designed to incorporate the Japanese spirit of welcome in the setting of the modern building and invites visitors to enjoy the artworks in comfortable and relaxed atmosphere.
Special exhibitions are held about six to seven times a year, with themed exhibitions of selected works from the Idemitsu Collection of Japanese painting and calligraphy, and East Asian ceramics. Other attractions include a year-round exhibition of major works by Georges Rouault (1871-1958), the French master of religious paintings who is famous for the series called “Passion” depicting the last days of life of Jesus Christ. The works by the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch (1862-1945) are on long-term loan from the Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway. The unique feature of the Museum is the Sherd Room where fragments of pottery collected from kilns around Asia and Egypt (Fustat site, Cairo) are displayed.