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Opened in 2010, Mitsubishi Ichigokan was originally built in 1894 and is known as the first Western-style office building in Tokyo’s Marunouchi district. The original structure was down town in 1968, but the reconstructed building faithfully reproduces Josiah Conder's original design and uses some of the original interior components. Their collection focuses on the art works produced in the late 19th century, the period when the original building was constructed.
Originally founded by Baron Iwasaki Yanosuke (1851-1908), Mitsubishi's second president, and his younger brother lwasaki Yataro (1835-85), Seikado Bunko Library and Art Museum houses 20,000 classic books and 6.500 art works, including 7 National Treasures and 84 Important Cultural Properties.
A collection by the Mitsui Family over the past three centuries. The museum is located in the Mitsui Main Building, which was built in the early Showa era and has been designated an Important Cultural Property. The collection includes 6 National Treasures and 75 Important Cultural Properties.
Opened in January 2020, this museum was originally known as ブリジストン美術館 (The Bridgestone Museum of Art), which was closed in 2015. The name of the newly opened museum combines the words "art" and "horizon." The collection extends from traditional to contemporary art works.
Stores the collection of Kaichiro Nezu (1860-1940), a well-known philanthropist who made contributions to the development of educational and cultural initiatives. The collection is known for its Japanese and Asian artworks and has 7 National Treasures and 87 Important Cultural Properties. Nezu was a tea ceremony practitioner, therefore his collection includes tea ceremony utensils.