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  • The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
  • National Crafts Museum
  • The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
  • National Film Archive of Japan
  • The National Museum of Western Art
  • The National Museum of Art, Osaka
  • The National Art Center,Tokyo

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Our Museums

The Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of Art stands as the nexus of art advancement in Japan, charged with fostering the creation and development of art and culture in Japan, and the cultivation of aesthetic awareness among the Japanese people. Through its member museums—the National Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo and Kyoto, the National Crafts Museum, the National Film Archive of Japan, the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, the National Museum of Art, Osaka, and the National Art Center, Tokyo—the Institution carries out diverse and distinctive activities that fully utilize the unique character of each member museum.

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logoThe National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

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National Crafts Museum

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logo“The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

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logoNational Film Archive of Japan

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logoThe National Museum of Western Art

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logoThe National Museum of Art, Osaka

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logoThe National Art Center,Tokyo

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logoNational Center for Art Research

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Suppot Us

As the national hub for art promotion in the country, the national museums of art work to enrich society through culture and art. With their collections comprising approximately forty-five thousand art works and eighty thousand films, they attract numerous visitors every year. We are also actively engaged in exhibitions and educational programs to provide opportunities to enjoy and have more access to art. Your support helps us improve our activities and pass on valuable cultural assets to future generations.

Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of Art