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Schedule

Hours

9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Open until 9:00 p.m. on Frydays and Saturdays.
*The special exhibition "Momoyama: Artistic Visions in a Turbulent Century" is open until 6:00 p.m.

Closed Mondays (if Monday is a holiday, the Museum will be open on that Monday and closed the following day)
Admission

Adults: 1000yen
University students: 500yen

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Persons with disabilities are admitted free with one accompanying person each (please present an ID at the ticket booth).

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All visitors must make an online reservation. Museum members and other pass holders along with visitors with disabilities who are eligible for free admission must also make an online

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Ticket reservations can be made at the ticket booths on the day of your visit only when the day’s online ticket sales have not reached the predetermined number.

Schedule

 

On exhibit from November 3

Japanese Gallery (Honkan)
 
2nd floor "Highlights of Japanese Art"
National Treasure Gallery
Room 2
Tea Ceremony
Room 4
Paintings on Folding Screens and Sliding Doors | 16th–19th century
Room 7
Painting and Calligraphy | 16th–19th century
Room 8
Asian Gallery (Toyokan)
 
3rd floor
Chinese Ceramics
Room 5
Chinese Textiles
Room 5
Burials in China
Room 5
Basement
Asian Textiles: Cashmere Shawls
Room 13
The Gallery of Horyuji Treasures
 
2nd floor
Painting and Textiles
Room 6

 

On exhibit from November 10

Japanese Gallery (Honkan)
 
2nd floor "Highlights of Japanese Art"
The Arts of Buddhism | 8th–16th century
Room 3
The Arts of the Imperial Court | 8th–16th century
Room 3
Zen and Ink Painting | 13th–16th century
Room 3
The Art of Ukiyo–e | 17th–19th century
Room 10
Asian Gallery (Toyokan)
 
2nd floor
Art of the Western Regions
Room 3
Basement
Ethnic Cultures of Asia: Religious Carvings from Melanesia
Room 13
Indian Miniature Paintings
Room 13

 

On exhibit from November 17

Japanese Gallery (Honkan)
 
2nd floor "Highlights of Japanese Art"
The Arrival of Buddhism | 6th–8th century
Room 1
Asian Gallery (Toyokan)
 
4th floor
Chinese Painting
Room 8
3th floor
Chinese Bronzes
Room 5

 

On exhibit from November 25

Japanese Archaeology and Special Exhibition (Heiseikan)
 
1st floor: Japanese Archaeology (Chronological Exhibition)
Political Maturation and the Creation of Symbols of Authority
Japanese Archaeology Gallery
The Rise of Provincial Clans and the Creation of a Unique Culture
Japanese Archaeology Gallery
Large Burial Mounds and the Increase in Metal Production
Japanese Archaeology Gallery
The Yamato Kingdom and the Production of Symbols of Authority
Japanese Archaeology Gallery
Late Burial Mounds and Influence from the Asian Continent
Japanese Archaeology Gallery
1st floor
Thematic Exhibition
Thematic Exhibition Room