Hara Museum

With its gently curved walls, quiet gardens and collection of permanently installed works by legends such as Nara Yoshitomo and Tatsuo Miyajima, the Hara Museum is one of Tokyo’s most charming artistic hideaways. Hidden down a backstreet behind bland office buildings, this 1930s modernist residence gives internationally renowned artists an intimate space in which to show their work. One of the most memorable was Tabaimo’s exhibition of animated videos that explore the ills of contemporary Japanese society, including a ghostly pair of writhing hands projected onto the museum’s bay windows after dark.

 

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