Houses collections illustrating major achievements in painting, sculpture, and graphic arts from the late 19th century to the present. Located in Nagoya.
Collection includes 17th century Japanese screens, French Impressionists, Kandinsky, and Stella's mixed media works. Illustrated samples from the various collections. Located in Chiba Prefecture.
Located in Hyogo. Satire and humor. Caricature prints, sculpture and paintings by Honore Daumier, William Hogarth, James Gillray, George Bigot, James Ensor, Kathe Kollwitz, Raoul Dufy, and contemporary American and Japanese artists. English and Japanese.
A place to learn more about Tokyo’s history and culture, including special exhibitions, lectures, an Audio-Visual Hall, the Audio Visual Library, and a library.
Shiga Prefecture. Housed in a building designed by I. M. Pei, the Miho collects and exhibits Japanese and international art, including a large collection of lacquerware.
Information on three graphic arts museums: the Ginza Graphic Gallery of Tokyo, the DDD of Osaka, and the Center for Contemporary Graphic Art of Fukushima.
Highlights the Owari region, in the areas of archeology, history, fine arts and folklore. Includes hours, admission fees and directions. [Japanese and English].
Exhibits show the development of Japanese art, without restriction of time periods or regional divisions, in relation to the rest of the world. Permanent exhibits include fine collection of contemporary Japanese art.
Collections of classical paintings, scrolls, sculptures, porcelain and lacquerwork from China and Japan. Major exhibits include National Treasures such as the Edo Period.
20th century paintings and crafts, with an emphasis on Japanese work, particularly of the Kansai region. Temporary and permanent exhibitions, history, and links.
Japanese based brewer. Brands, process information, production history and company information.
Japan's first national art museum with works of art, crafts, film, and related materials; plus surveys and research, and public exhibitions and screenings.
Collection based on the personal holdings of the Owari branch of the Tokugawa family (furniture, armor, swords, fine art, and the items of daily life). Artifacts are displayed in galleries which reconstruct their original settings in order to accord with the importance of the sense of placement in Japanese aesthetics.
Features local history and astronomy. Includes hours, calendar of events, links, photos, admission fees and directions. Located in Tokyo.
Opened in 1995. Art of the last 50 years. Interesting photos of the building itself; only a few pics from the exhibits, and the text for those is Japanese.
Mostly paintings. French painting, from the French Impressionists to the present, and Japanese works from the Meiji era to contemporary works. (Eng/Jpn)
Includes paintings, calligraphy, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, metal, wood, and Buddhist art. Located in Tokyo.
European paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints, from the 14th through the 20th centuries. Illustrated samples from the collections.
The museum's core collection is comprised of the works of Seiji Togo, a noted Japanese artist. Togo donated some 200 of his own works to the museum, along with his collection of over 250 works by other artists. Located in Tokyo. [English, Japanese]
Paintings and sculptures, European as well as Japanese, mostly 19th and 20th century. The Rodin wing contains pre- and post-Rodin works, as well as a major collection of Rodin.