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Visiting information

Opening Times: 10:00-18:00 (Last admission at 17:30.)

* When the Museum is closed for the installation of a new exhibition, the Main Building and Annex will be closed, but the garden will be open.

Closed: Monday (However, open if the day
falls on a national holiday, then closed on the following day.)
New Year Holidays.


○ Exhibition admission fees
Varies depending on the exhibition. See exhibition page for details.

○ Garden admission fees
Adults: ¥200 (¥160)
College and vocational students: ¥160 (¥120)
Junior high and high school students and seniors (65 and over): ¥100 (¥80)
• Figures in parentheses are group admission fees (for groups of 20 or more).
• Admission is free for elementary and younger students and for middle school students residing in or attending school in Tokyo.
• Admission is free for visitors (and two accompanying person) with a Physical Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Certificate, Rehabilitation Certificate, Mental Disability Certificate, or Atomic Bomb Survivor's Certificate.
• Admission is free for seniors (65 and above) on the third Wednesday of each month.

* A ticket for admission to the Museum also admits you to the garden.

Free or discounted admission

■ Admission is free for visitors (and one accompanying person) with a Physical Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Certificate,  
 Rehabilitation Certificate, Mental Disability Certificate, or Atomic Bomb Survivor's Certificate.
■ The third Wednesday of each month is Silver Day, when admission is free for those 65 or older. Proof of age is required.  
■ Members of the Friends of the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture Association receive a 20% discount.


from stations

7 minutes’ walk from Meguro Station on the JR Yamanote Line (East Exit) and the Tokyu Meguro Line (Main Gate).
6 minutes’ walk from Shirokanedai Station (Exit 1) on the Toei Mita Line and Tokyo Metro.
*At Shirokanedai Station, an elevator is available at Exit 2.

from stations

by Bus

3 minutes walk from the Shirokanedai 5-chome bus stop,

Buses: Toei Kuro 77 (Meguro Station—Sendagaya Station)
Toei Hashi 86 (Meguro Station—Shinbashi North Exit)
Toei Shina 93 (Meguro Station—Oi Race Track)
Toei/Tokyu Higashi 98 (Tokyo Station South Exit—Todoroki Soshajo)

by Bus

by Car

Paid parking is available on the museum grounds. The security guard at the main gate will show you where to park.  

Parking spaces are limited. Please avoid arriving by private automobile.
Parking fees: Passenger car: ¥800 for one hour. An additional ¥400 per half hour applies to longer use of parking spaces.

* For buses, applications must be made in advance.
 Fill out the Group Visit Reservation and Bus Parking Application
 Form (a PDF)
and fax it to us to apply.
* Priority parking for visitors with physical disabilities is free of charge.
 (Please present your Physical Disability Certificate.)

Access: Take the Meguro Exit from the Shuto Expressway, Route 2, and turn left at the Teien Museum West intersection.
Making a right turn if coming from the Shirokanedai direction is prohibited. Turn right at the previous intersection, Kami Osaki, and then stay in the right turn lane and turn right at the next, Teien Museum West, intersection.

by Car

from airport, main stations


Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
5-21-9, Shirokanedai, Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0071 JAPAN
Tel. +81 (0)3 3443 0201 (10:00-18:00)
Fax. +81 (0)3 3443 3228

Guide to the Facilities

Visitors using wheelchairs

• Wheelchairs are available in the museum. Please notify the reception staff if you wish to use one.
• There are two universal access restrooms, one in the Main Building, one in the Annex.
• Visitors with handicaps are asked to notify the museum prior to their visits when they have decided when they will arrive.
 Parking places, tickets, and a ramp for entering the museum will all be made ready for you so that you can enjoy our visit.
• Note, however, that the Main Building does not have an elevator. (We apologize for this inconvenience to visitors who use wheelchairs.)

Visitors with small children

• Diaper changing tables are available in the restrooms on the first floors of both the Main Building and the Annex.
 A baby chair is available in the restroom on the first floor of the Annex.
• A nursing room is available on the first floor of the Main Building for those who need to nurse their babies.
 Please speak to one of our staff members to use it.
• To protect the works of art and preserve the building, use of baby carriages in the museum is not permitted.
 Please be prepared to carry children who cannot walk.


■Women's restrooms: Main Building 1F, Annex 1F, outdoors
■Men's restrooms: Main Building 2F, Annex 1F, outdoors
■Universal Access Restrooms, wheel chair accessible, ostomate friendly, and with diaper changing tables: Main Building, Annex.
 A baby seat is available only in the Annex.

Floor Map

Main Building[Former Residence of Prince Asaka]

1. Entrance Hall
2. Reception Desk
3. Great Hall
4. Anteroom
5. Salon
6. Great Dining Hall
7. Smoking Room
8. Drawing Room
9. Official Waiting Room
10. Small Dining Room
11. Ladies' Restroom
12. Locker Room
13. Welcome Room
14. Welcome Room
15. First-Aid Station
16. Universal Access Restroom
17. Nursing Room
18. Connection to the Annex

*Name of room in asterisk is the original name from the Former Residence of Prince Asaka

Second Floor map
19. Second Floor Hall
20. Young Prince's Bedroom
21. Dressing Room
22. Young Prince's Sitting Room
23. Library
24. Study
25. Prince's Sitting Room
26. Prince's Bedroom
27. Bathroom
28. Princess' Bedroom
29. Princess' Sitting Room
30. Verandah
31. North Verandah
32. Young Princess' Bedroom
33. Young Princess' Sitting Room
34. Men's Restroom
35. Main Stairway
36. Stairway
37. Studio
38. Winter Garden

*Name of room in asterisk is the original name from the Former Residence of Prince Asaka


Annex map
1. Gallery 1
2. Gallery 2
3. Lobby 1
4. Museum Shop
5. Cafe
6. Men's Restroom
7. Ladies' Restroom
8. Universal Access Restroom
9. Central Guards' Office
10. Office Entrance

Site area

1. Main Building[Former Residence of Prince Asaka]
2. Annex
3. Garden
4. Ticket Office
5. Museum Shop
6. Restaurant

During Your Visit

To protect the works of art on display and preserve the buildings, while allowing as many visitors as possible to enjoy them, we ask for your cooperation as follows:

・ If the museum is crowded, you will be asked to wait before entering it.
・ Do not eat, drink, smoke, or make telephone calls inside the museum.
・ Do not touch the works of art or the buildings.
・ Do not take photographs in the galleries. (Exceptions may be made for some exhibitions.)
・ Use only pencils for taking notes inside the galleries. (Pencils may be borrowed from the reception desk.)
・ When talking, be considerate of other visitors.

Please obey any directions provided by our museum staff.