Tokyo Contemporary Art Tour

Takashi Murakami, Yayoi Kusama, Daido Moriyama, Yoshitomo Nara, Makoto Aida and Naoki Koide, etc., Japan is home for many talented artists. It will be very interesting experience to put yourself in Tokyo and feel the context that the great art works were created then to see the latest art pieces.

Japan has been produced unique artists in the stream of subculture, and some of them such as Hokusai Katsushika, affected artists in the Western countries since the 19th century. Likewise, artists in Japan today deliver great works and influence on people in the world.

  • You will visit 2~5 galleries in Tokyo. This is a fully customized tour to reflect your preference.
  • If you are an art collector, please inform us which artists you like and want to see/ purchase.
  • If you do not have any names of your favorite artists, we arrange the best itinerary to show you the latest contemporary art scenes in Tokyo.
  • Your guide is an expert of contemporary art and can give you advises you if necessary.
Tour Type:Private Tour
2-6 people (minimum 2 people)
Price:Tour fee of ¥56,000/group
(Up to 8 people due to the capacity of the galleries)
Tour Fee Includes:Visit several art galleries in Tokyo with an English speaking guide
Tour Fee Not Included:Transportation and meals
Duration:3~4 hours
Cancellation Policy:No refunds without exception for no-shows or cancellations within 7 days of the scheduled tour day (Japan time).
Weather:This tour is not cancelled for weather except in extreme circumstances (e.g., typhoons) in which case we will contact you and refund your payment in full.
Physical Activity:Light
*Please wear comfortable shoes.
Wi-fi:Public wi-fi is not available along most of the route of this tour.
Photos/Protocols:Photography is allowed for most parts of the tour.
Directions to Starting Point:Guide will pick you up at your hotel in central Tokyo.
Note:*If you have your favorite artist(s), please mention.
*Details will be provided after you register.

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