Ueno Mori Art Museum, a private art museum in Ueno Park, East Tokyo. It is an art gallery operated by the Japanese Art Association, a public welfare consortium with the president of His Highness Prince Zhengren of Changlu Palace. Located in the corner of Shangye Park, near the prosperous statue of Xixiang. The museum will renovate the facilities of the exhibition hall of the Japan Art Association, the first art group established in Meiji in 12 years, and officially opened in Zhaozhao and April 47.
Ueno's Museum of Art is a little small. The tickets are 600 yen and only cash. The biggest problem is that most of the descriptions of the paintings only provide Japanese. The Museum does not have any audio guide. Most of the exhibits are borrowed from Boston Museum of Art. During the Meiji Period, they were handmade for the Japanese Royal family.