Visit Japanese historical art museums by public transit system such as buses and subway lines. They are Ota Memorial Ukiyo-e MUseum, Isehan-Honten Beni (Rouge) Museum, and The Japan Folk Crafts Museum. And introduce locations of new big museums such as The National Art Center, Suntory Museum of Art, Mori Art Museum or Nezu Museum based on your time after enjoying three museums.
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At JR Harajuku Station, Takeshita exit.
Ota memorial museum is a private collection of Ukiyo-e belonging Mr. Ota who was businessman. Exhibits will be changed on a periodic bases within 14000 pieces of collection.
Isehan-Honten Beni Museum exhibits history of Japanese rouge in the Edo period, production process of rouge, and related items. And also make a sale rouge.
The Japan Folk Crafts Museum was built in 1936 by Mr. Soetsu Yanagi and his partners. About 17,000 pieces of collection were from all over Japan and Korea.
Roppongi Hills area
You may touch the feeling of Japanese art and life among the commoners such as Ukiyo-e ( wood-block printing ), folk-crafts, and culture of rouge. And you may stay there as long as you want depending on your interest. The longest period for staying in each museum is one and a half hour. I will follow your decision to stay or leave. Then after visit three museums, I introduce locations of three new big museums around Roppongi area If you intend to visit there by yourself in the near future. I prepare a one day pass for Tokyo Metro (¥600) for one member of the guests.
Transportation fee, lunch, Admission fee
Admission fees are not included in the price. 1. The Japan Folk Craft Museum: ¥1100. 2. Ota Memorial Museum: ¥700. 3. Isehan-Hnten Beni (rouge) Museum: Free.
Transportation cost is not included in the price other than a 1 day Pass for Tokyo Metro.
We will walk during the tour about 4 km (2.5 miles) between museums and connection.
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