Overflowing with art.
From the museums to the gardens,
and even onto your plate.
Take in the stunning array
of diverse art scenes
available now for a limited time
at Tokyo Midtown.

A request to all visitors

  • ● Please wear a mask when not eating or drinking and follow proper cough etiquette.
  • ● Please refrain from visiting if you have symptoms such as a fever, cough or sore throat, etc.
  • ● Please maintain social distancing.
  • ● We recommend visiting alone or in small groups.

Dream-like art framed by a veranda

Digital Art

Experience this distinctively Japanese way to stay cool and refreshed on a wooden veranda. Light and mist dance through this outdoor space inspired by traditional Japanese rock gardens. And this year, you can even bring home AR art featuring summer traditions as a souvenir. Please enjoy digital art that shifts and transforms over time along with an enchantingly cool summer evening.

Venue: Grass Square
Dates: Jul. 16 (Fri.) to Sept. 5 (Sun.), 2021
Mist show: 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Light show: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
*a special ripple and digital fireworks lighting show will be held every 15 minutes starting from 6 p.m.
Organized by: Tokyo Midtown
*The time and style of this event may vary.
*The show may be canceled due to inclement weather.
*The mist show may be canceled temporarily for safety reasons when humidity levels reach 75% or higher.
*Do not enter Digital Art Garden.

In the afternoon:Cooling Mist

Sit back and watch the mist’s appearance change with the wind over a summer chorus of cicadas.

In the evening:Breathing in Light

Relax and enjoy the refreshing evening coolness surrounded by calm mist and light as the sun begins to set.

Special lighting show:Ripples and Digital Fireworks

An art program scheduled every 15 minutes after 6:00 PM. Particles of light stream out like ripples in traditional Japanese rock gardens, culminating in astounding digital fireworks bursting through the multi-hued mist.

A lounge glimmering with artistic light


This outdoor lounge offering rich greenery in the heart of Tokyo returns this year with more art to enjoy.
Light art – born from a vibrant array of Japanese lanterns created with so-called “glitch art” techniques – illuminates the summer night sky.
Relax and be inspired as you dine here.

Venue: Midtown Garden
Dates: Jul. 16 (Fri.) to Sept. 5 (Sun.), 2021
*canceled for inclement weather
Weekdays 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. (last order 7:30 p.m.)
Sat./Sun./Holidays: 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. (last order 7:30 p.m.)
*Open from 12:00 p.m. on Aug. 13 (Fri.) to Aug. 16 (Mon.)
*This lounge does not provide alcohol.
Seating capacity: 100 (no reservations)
Organized by: Tokyo Midtown
*Operating hours may change without notice.

Summer Lights Brightening the Night Sky

Art director Yuto Tamura lights up the summer night sky with lanterns based on the concept of “Japanese ways of staying cool x art.”
Using “glitch art,” which captures a brief moment by chance, he evokes summer traditions through his designs. Graphical lanterns decorate this extraordinary space.
*Glitch art: a method of intentionally causing and recording bugs or “glitches” that occur during computer image processing.

An art-inspired menu for all your senses

Original drinks and dishes packed with all the atmosphere of Japanese summer traditions. You’ll find yourself recounting your own summer memories as you enjoy art-inspired summer snacks and refreshingly cool drinks. The entire menu is also available for takeout. Indulge in all the wonder of summer through art and food.

Notes: All prices include tax.
The menu is subject to change.

Exploring the Origins of
Japanese Beauty

“The Complete

Renowned ukiyo-e painter Katsushika Hokusai constantly challenged himself to depict all of creation. Held in commemoration of what would have been his 260th birthday, this unique and unprecedented exhibition features three of his most famous works— “Hokusai's Sketches (Hokusai manga)”, “Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji” and “One Hundred Views of Mt. Fuji”—all together in their entirety.

Exhibition Outline

Venue: Tokyo Midtown Hall (Midtown East B1)

Dates: Jul. 22 (Thu./Holiday) to Sept. 17 (Fri.), 2021
11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (last admission 6:30 p.m.)

Closed on: Aug. 10 (Tues.), Aug. 24 (Tues.) and Sept. 7 (Tues.)

Admission fee: General admission ¥1,800,
university or vocational school student ¥1,200,
elementary, junior high or senior high school student ¥900
*No charge for children younger than elementary school age.
*Guests with an official disability certificate are admitted free of charge along with one caretaker each.
*Advanced reservation system
(tickets with a set day and time)
Please check the official exhibition website for details.

Organized by: TOPPAN INC. ,
Nikkei Inc. ,
Hakuhodo DY media partners Inc.,
TV TOKYO Corporation ,
BS TV TOKYO Corporation

Sponsored by: FUJIFILM Corporation,
Japan Airlines Co., Ltd.,
Preservation and Utilization Council of "Sacred Island of Okinoshima and Associated Sites in the Munakata Region",

With the special collaboration of: Uragami Sokyu-do

With the collaboration of: Hagi Uragami Museum,
Yamagata Museum of Art,
Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Co., Ltd.

Official website: https://hokusai2021.jp/en/

FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo Exhibition

"Thirty-Six Views of
Mt. Fuji of Times Now Past"

7.21 WED - 8.19 THU

FUJIFILM SQUARE will exhibit four images of the original Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji by Hokusai copied with a FUJIFILM large format digital camera GFX100 in large silver photographic prints.

Exhibition Outline

Venue: FUJIFILM SQUARE (Midtown West B1)

Dates: Jul. 21 (Wed.) to Aug. 19 (Thu.), 2021
10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (closes at 14:00 on final day of exhibition; last entry: ten minutes before closing) open everyday throughout the exhibition

Admission fee: Free

Organized by: Fuji Film Co., Ltd.

Cooperation from: Toppan Printing Co., Ltd.(Collaboration with the special exhibition in commemoration of the 260th anniversary of birth titled "The Complete Hokusai")

Supported by: Japan's World Cultural Heritage Event Relay Executive Committee, Heritage Regional Cooperative Association (a general incorporated association)

Suntory Museum of Art
60th Anniversary Exhibition

Japanese Art”

“Hey, what is that?” “No way!” “Wow!”
This startling exhibition is packed full of artworks and displays that stir and unsettle the heart. Come experience the essence of Japanese art as you enjoy viewing works that engage the eyes, mind and spirit with a new awareness.

Exhibition Outline

Venue: Suntory Museum of Art (Galleria 3F)

Dates: Jul. 14 (Wed.) to Aug. 29 (Sun.), 2021
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Fri./Sat. – 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.)

Closed on: Tuesdays *Open Aug. 24 (Tues.) until 6 p.m.
*Open on Jul. 21 (Wed.), July 22 (Thu./Holiday) and Aug. 8 (Sun./Holiday) until 8 p.m.
*Admission permitted up until 30 minutes before closing.
*To protect the artworks, the pieces on display will vary during the exhibition period.

Admission fee: General admission ¥1,500,
purchased in advance ¥1,300
University or high school student ¥1,000,
purchased in advance ¥800
*Admission is free for children junior high school age or younger
*Guests with an official disability certificate are admitted free of charge along with one caretaker each.

Organized by: Suntory Museum of Art, Asahi Shimbun Co., Ltd.

Sponsored by: Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd., Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Group, Suntory Holdings Limited

Exhibition website: https://www.suntory.com/sma/exhibition/2021_2/

“Yokoo Tadanori: The Artists"

7.21 WED - 10.17 SUN

The Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain presents an exhibition of internationally renowned artist Tadanori Yokoo.
The exhibition will include works from the Foundation's collection shown for the first time in Japan.

Exhibition Outline

Venue: 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Gallery 3

Dates: July 21 (Wed), 2021 - October 17 (Sun), 2021
11 a.m. to. 5 p.m. (Weekdays), 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays)

Closed on: Tuesdays

Admission fee: Free

Organized by: Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain

In special collaboration with:21_21 DESIGN SIGHT

Media partner:The Asahi Shimbun

Experience expressive art in the city


This summer, Tokyo Midtown presents “SUMMER ART ZOO”! Come and discover “art animals” found nowhere else through Ellie Omiya’s vibrantly colorful wall art and WA!moto’s stunning street art.

Venue: Galleria 1・2・3F
Dates: Jul. 16 (Fri.) to Sept. 5 (Sun.), 2021 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
*Times may change due to COVID-19 prevention measures.
Please check the website for the latest information.
Organized by: Tokyo Midtown
Participating artists: Ellie Omiya, WA!moto. (winner of the TOKYO MIDTOWN AWARD)

Art Work

14 pieces of public art at Tokyo Midtown. The numerous artworks curated by art directors Toshio Shimizu and Jean-Hubert Martin touch people’s hearts in countless ways, breathing new life into the city.



  • 1.Digital Art Garden7.16 FRI - 9.5 SUN
  • 3.“The Complete Hokusai”7.22 THU - 9.17 FRI
  • 4.“Unsettling Japanese Art”7.14 WED - 8.29 SUN
  • 5.“Thirty-Six Views of
    Mt. Fuji of Times Now Past”
    7.21 WED - 8.19 THU
  • 6.“Yokoo Tadanori: The Artists”7.21 WED - 10.17 SUN
  • 7.Art Dishes7.16 FRI - 9.17 FRI
  • 8.SUMMER ART ZOO7.16 FRI - 9.5 SUN