Suntory Museum of Art
Suntory Museum of ArtSuntory Museum of Art outside viewSuntory Museum of Art inside view©Keizo Kioku

Since its first opening in 1961, Suntory Museum of Art has operated with a basic concept of "Lifestyle Art." Now, the Museum makes a fresh start at Tokyo Midtown. With its new philosophy of "Connecting and Opening Up the Arts," the museum encourages visitors to enjoy the best of Japanese art, through stunning exhibitions of paintings, ceramics, lacquerware, glassware, dyeing and weaving. Facilities on site round out the experience, such as shop x cafe and the tea-ceremony room Genchôan. Suntory Museum of Art inspires an enriching lifestyle to all ages as it presents Japanese art to the world.

Location Galleria 3F (3F-4F Floor Map)
Hours

[Suntory Museum of Art]

10:00-18:00

  • Friday and Saturday 10:00-20:00.
  • Entrance closes 30 minutes before closing time.
  • Hours subject to change.
  • Excluding January 1.

[SHOP×CAFE]

Shop: 10:30-18:00 (Fri, Sat until 20:00)

  • Operating hours on Tue (during exhibition) & exhibition replacement period: 11:00-18:00.

Cafe: 11:00-18:00 (Fri, Sat until 20:00)
  • Closed: Both Shop & Cafe are closed during Year-End and New Year Holiday as well as Tue during exhibition replacement periods.
Closed

Tuesdays, New Year’s Day, and during exhibition preparation periods.

  • shop×cafe will be open daily excluding New Year's Day.
Admission

Adults/ high school & college students:
varies by exhibition
Junior high students and younger children:
free

  • A group discount applies for a party of 20 or more.
  • With a certificate of disability, the admission fee of a disabled person and a care-giver will be waived.
TEL 03-3479-8600
URL http://www.suntory.com/sma/

COLLECTION

crane incense container

Crane Incense Container Decorated with Overglaze Enamels

Created by Ninsei Nonomura Late 17th century (Edo Period)

southern barbarians

Southern Barbarians

Important Cultural Property Folding screen attributed to Sanraku Kano Late 16th-early 17th century(Momoyama Period)

blue wine pitcher

Blue Wine Pitcher

18th-19th century(Edo Period)

Box with Patterned Design in Mother-of-Pearl Inlay and Gold-Sprinkled Lacquerware

Box with Patterned Design in Mother-of-Pearl Inlay and Gold-Sprinkled Lacquerware

National Treasure 13th century(Kamakura Period)

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