The National Museum of Western Art was set up in 1959 to provide the Japanese public with a chance to view Western art. Its collection includes paintings from the late medieval period through to the 20th Century and modern French sculpture. Artists include Ruebens, Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso, Pollock and many more—the museum has added to its collection every year since it opened. The permanent collection is free to view on both the second and fourth Saturdays of every month.
The AMP team have spent a lot of blood, sweat, and tears organizing this night of music and it’s going to be nothing less the 110% pure rock ‘n roll mayhem. Entry is while all-you-can-drink is available for . The […]
Every Friday, head to Tokyo Comedy Bar and forget a bad week, or kickstart an amazing weekend, with the best comedians in Tokyo. Four top comedians and an amazing MC will provide you with an unforgettable night of hilarity. Come […]
It’s night at the Zukan Ginza Museum, but with a glass of bubbly. What is Zukan Ginza Museum? Describing itself as a “living museum”, Zukan takes advantage of digital art to create installations you can interact with — including all […]
The Czech Festival aims to bring all the unique and fantastic elements of Czech culture straight to Tokyo. Over the three days, visitors will have a unique opportunity to experience Czech traditions, listen to dynamic Czech music, explore tourist places […]