Trip Planner:   Asia  /  Japan  /  Kanto  /  Tokyo Prefecture  /  Tokyo  /  Minato  /  Roppongi  /  Mori Art Museum

Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

#7 of 418 in Museums in Tokyo
Art Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Nestled on top of Mori Tower, Mori Art Museum offers interesting contemporary art displays coupled with impressive views of the Tokyo skyline. Established in 2003, the stylish gallery with high ceilings and broad windows was designed by New York architect Richard Gluckman. Enjoy the exhibitions by both local and world-famous artists, visit the cafe and giftshop, or take in the extensive vista. The indoor vantage point on the 52nd floor is included in the museum ticket price, while for an additional fee you can take an elevator to the open-air sky deck. To visit Mori Art Museum and other attractions in Tokyo, use our Tokyo online trip maker.
Create an itinerary including Mori Art Museum

Mori Art Museum reviews

Rate this attraction
TripAdvisor traveler rating
TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.5
1,105 reviews
  • The current 'Another Energy' exhibition of female artists is excellent and well worth a visit. Be aware that (contrary to information in my travel guide) entry for the City View is not included in.....  more »
  • Its such a gift to have good museum in the middle of the city. Exhibitions are somewhat limited and lean on very commercial side artists solid museum  more »
  • A wonderful museum with noteworthy exhibitions that change every few months. I most recently saw Catastrophe and the Power of Art, an exhibition that made me both feel and think. I will be coming back for more. If you live here, you might want to look into getting an annual pass for the museum. It gives.yoy access to all exhibitions as well as the Tokyo viewing platform.
  • Modern art... It's all about how it makes you feel, whether it be happy, sad, confused, distressed, hopeful...etc. some art was cool, and changes based on what is cycling through the gallery... Had a chance to see some original art by Yoko Ono on display and it's... Modern... Some skill from the artist is questionable in my eyes because I was raised to appreciate the physical toiling in stone carvings and practiced brush strokes to simulate reality... Therefore stimulating the appropriate emotional response of respect and praise. Great place to visit to broaden your horizons!

Plan your trip to Tokyo

  • Get a personalized trip
    A complete day by day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it
    Refine your trip. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it
    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it
    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.