If you go to Harajuku / Omotesando area, I recommend visiting Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum.

Taro Okamoto is Japan’s prominent abstract artist known for his avant-garde sculptures and paintings, including “Tower of the Sun” and “Myth of Tomorrow” displayed in the passageway in Tokyo’s Shibuya Station.

 This small museum was Taro Okamoto’s home and studio. All of his works including drawings, sketches and sculptures, as well as reference materials are on display here. 

 You can step into the world of Taro Okamoto.

Address: 6-1-19, Minami-Aoyama, Minato Ku, Tokyo 107-0062

TEL:03-3406-0801 FAX:03-3409-5404

Closed on Tuesdays, except for national holidays, and during the year-end holiday (28 Dec. ~ 4 Jan.)

Admission fee:     Adult ¥650

Elementary School Children ¥300

Tokyo Metro Chiyoda, Ginza, Hanzomon lines, Omotesando Station 8 min. walk