From samurai to parasites, in Japan, there’s a museum for seemingly everything.
Small Worlds blends the magic of miniatures, captivating lighting and enchanting music to evoke a sense of nostalgia and discovery.
With 5,000 goldfish across a hundred different varieties, Art Aquarium Museum Ginza will not disappoint as a unique art experience in the middle of Tokyo.
Check out old masters and contemporary artists at the Oita Prefectural Art Museum
Learn about the birthplace of Japanese porcelain
See works from artist residencies and exhibitions of Japanese and non-Japanese art
Discover the magic of pearl cultivation and Ama divers in action at the Mikimoto Pearl Island
An immersive experience for visitors to learn about the traditional Ainu way of life
Dedicated to Tottori’s most influential surreal photographer.
Relive one of the most important moments in Japan’s history
Discover how nature, religion and history intertwine on Mount Daisen.
A museum celebrating the humanitarian history of Tsuruga in Fukui Prefecture.