The Nezu Museum, which houses the private collection of Nezu Kaichirō (1860–1940), the late president of Tobu Railway, reopened October 7th after being closed since May 2006. The museum building has gone through a renovation designed by architect Kuma Kengo.
The first exhibition is “National Treasure Nachi Waterfall and Representations of Nature,” which runs to November 8th. The museum is in the Omotesando area and includes a serene Japanese garden with a pond, along with many tea houses. Take in the tranquility of traditional Japan, right off the fashionable Omotesando area.
Museum Hours: 10:00-17:00 (last entrance 4:30)
Closed on Mondays (Except when national holiday falls on Monday. Then Tuesday is closed.), New Year’s holidays and during exhibition installations
Adult: 1000 yen (800 yen).
Students ［High school student or above］: 800 yen (600 yen).