To the modern art gallery happened to catch up with Japan's Home Exhibition and return to the old line in a second, all of which are famous masterpieces in modern and contemporary history!! I couldn't walk at all. I didn't eat breakfast and lunch for more than three hours, and then I bought a huge exhibition book, Saigao!!!
Located in the Imperial Park area, the museum is an excellent collection, mostly of modern Japanese artists. The layout ranges from the oldest to the latest. There are four floors of exhibitions on the front and back. The space on the first floor is a revolving performance, which requires a separate admission fee. The building is a bit old, but the art is well displayed, but the restaurants in the gallery are very expensive.
It's very close to the imperial residence. It's worth visiting if you have time. Although there are not many collections, they are mostly works of modern China. In the corner of the third floor, when the weather is good, you can see the walls of the imperial residence, which is very good.