The Tokyo International Art Fair used to be held at Tokyo International Forum, but the first post-COVID (hopeful?) event will be held at Belle Salle in Roppongi.
There’s no information available about admission, but past pricing has been about ¥2,000 for a single day pass, and ¥3,500 for a 3-day pass.
The event is quite big, but not so big that you couldn’t cover everything of interest in a single day. On display will be collections featuring both local and international artists from art galleries all around Japan – from modern art through to priceless traditional Nihonga.
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11:00am – 5:00pm