Suntory Museum of Art
The Suntory Museum of Art excels in collecting and exhibiting Japans time-honored arts and crafts under the theme of "Beauty in Everyday Life." Its collection consists of over 3,000 articles closely connected to Japanese life; paintings, ceramics, lacquerware, glass, and dyed fabrics. Ceramics are the most important collection in the Museum, and are arranged to trace the history of Japanese ceramics. Moreover, the glass collection covers a wide range of fields: Japanese glass in the Edo Period (1603-1867), European glass in the Art Nouveau period, especially the works of Emile Galle, and Qianlong glass of Qing Dynasty China.'
Address: Tokyo Midtown Gardenside:9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Admission Fee: Depends on exhibition
Closed: Tuesdays (if the Tuesday is a national holiday, the following weekday), Jan. 1, maintenance period
[Rail]JR Tokyo Station/Subway Marunouchi Line/4 min./Kasumigaseki Station/Subway Hibiya Line/4 min./Roppongi Station/On foot/1 min.