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Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

Located amongst a cluster of museums and galleries in Ueno Park,  the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum is one of the capital's major art spots...

Matsumoto City Museum of Art

As such, the Matsumoto City Museum of Art, built in 2002, has devoted its entire collection to artists who have come from or whose work has been influenced by the city of Matsumoto in Nagano Prefecture...

The National Museum of Western Art

Samurai armor, calligraphy, and Japanese textiles aren’t the only thing to be found in museums in Japan...

Tsuboya Pottery Street

It’s no exaggeration to say that Tsuboya Pottery District is the bona fide birthplace of yachimun - a regional word describing all pottery made by Okinawan artisans that uses only indigenous soil...

Teshima

Somewhere near the edge of the world floats Teshima, a remote and sparsely-populated island sheltering mystifying works of contemporary art...

Tottori Manga Kingdom

As the native 'hood for a number of renowned manga artists, this self-professed “Manga Kingdom” is also the idyllic home to an eccentric community of cartoon characters that occupy trains and buses, temples, towns, and random public places...

Konosu

While rural Konosu is known for being home to the widest part of the Arakawa river - itself, Japan’s widest river - that isn't really why people visit...

Akihabara

As soon as you step off the train, you’re bombarded with adverts for all the latest gaming technology, anime merchandise and themed cafes...

Saitama Craft Center

This is hosokawa-gami, one of three types of washi (traditional Japanese paper) that has been recognized by UNESCO as a piece of intangible cultural heritage - and it's only made in Saitama...

Kaho Gekijou Kabuki Theater

You can still go behind the scenes, either by yourself or with a free guided tour...

The Tower of the Sun

It featured the premiere of the first IMAX film, mobile phone prototypes, and introduced the first shinkansen (bullet trains)...

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