Museums closed due to coronavirus

Museums closed due to corona virus

 

Tokyo is a big city full of history, culture and creativity, so it is not surprising the city wishes to share this with the world. Tokyo has a lot of museums dedicated to almost everything, toys, art architecture or even postal services. But unfortunately, due to the ongoing pandemic, those centers had to close to avoid spreading the virus. Here is a list of all of Tokyo’s museums closed during these difficult times.

 

 

  • Japan Olympic museum — closed until further notice
  • Miori Building Digital Art Museum Teamlab Borderless – closed until further notice
  • Teamlabs planet Tokyo – closed until May 6th
  • Tokyo National Museum – closed until further notice
  • Ghibli Museum – closed until further notice
  • Mori Art Museum – closed until further notice
  • National Museum of Nature and Science – closed until further notice
  • National Museum of modern arts – closed until further notice
  • 21_21 design sight – closed until further notice
  • National museum of western arts – closed until further notice
  • Mori Arts center Gallery – closed until further notice
  • Snoopy museum – closed until May 6th
  • Miraikan, the museum of emerging science and innovation – closed until further notice
  • Mitsubishi Ichikogan Museum Tokyo – closed until further notice
  • Tokyo Opera city art gallery – closed until May 6th
  • National art center Tokyo – closed until further notice
  • Yayoi Kusama museum – closed until May 6th
  • Yebisu beer museum – closed until further notice
  • Shiseido Gallery – closed until further notice
  • Tokyo photographic art museum – closed until May 6th
  • Intermediatheque – closed until further notice
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Art museum – closed until Mid-May
  • Edo-Tokyo museum – closed until May 6th
  • Postal Museum – closed until beginning of May
  • Archi-depot – closed until further notice
  • Itabashi Art museum – closed until further notice
  • Printing Museum – closed until further notice
  • Mitsui memorial museum – closed until further notice
  • Edo-Tokyo open-air architectural museum – closed until May 6th
  • Tokyo Station Gallery – closed until further notice
  • Tokyo toy museum – closed until May 7th
  • Fukagawa – Edo museum – closed until May 6th
  • Advertising Museum Tokyo – closed until further notice
  • Yamatane Museum of Arts – closed until further notice
  • Artizon Museum – closed until further notice
  • Sumida Hokusai Museum — closed until May 7th

 

 

These are only museums in Tokyo, can you imagine if you add amusement parks, temples and every other touristic spot? You can visit for months and see new things every day. Be sure to keep this list and give these institutions a warm visit when they reopen next time you are in Tokyo.

In the meantime, stay at home and stay safe!