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The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art museum is housed in a classic Art Deco style structure that was previously home to Prince Yasuhiko.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art museum is housed in a classic Art Deco style structure that was previously home to Prince Yasuhiko. Tour the building to see the glass relief doors and crystal chandeliers by Rene Lalique, the fine mosaic flooring, and decorative fountain. The museum hosts different exhibitions displaying paintings, crafts and jewelry from time to time. Adjacent to the building is a small park with Japanese gardens with seasonal flowers, a Western rose garden, and outdoor sculptures.
5 Chome-21-9 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tōkyō-to 108-0071, Japan
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