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Yayoi Kusama Museum, Tokyo

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  • No question about it, Yayoi Kussama is a talented artist who produces some amazing scenes. I have seen pictures of some of her works including the infinite pumpkins and anticipated the same at her... 
    No question about it, Yayoi Kussama is a talented artist who produces some amazing scenes. I have seen pictures of some of her works including the infinite pumpkins and anticipated the same at her...  more »
  • My daughter urged us to visit this museum as she was very interested in one particular work of art. However, when we got there, the artwork was no longer on display. There was also a limited number....  more
    My daughter urged us to visit this museum as she was very interested in one particular work of art. However, when we got there, the artwork was no longer on display. There was also a limited number....  more »
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  • If you’re a huge fan of Yayoi, you’ll probably get a lot out of this space. I myself am not a huge fan, so I found the small space a little lacklustre. There are a few really cool installations, but the entire museum maybe has 45 minutes worth of things to see. Additionally, there are a few rooms where your time is limited. I’d probably only recommend a visit if you’ve got a lot of time in Tokyo.
  • The museum is aways changing its art pieces and rotates a lot through works of the artist. It’s very well taken care of, and the way it’s disposed it allows you to live the immersion rooms by yourself. The gift shop as well changes from time to time leaving the space really focused on her artwork. However, the museum is REALLY small and seeing everything( properly, taking my time) took around 17minutes, I’d recommend if you can get the tickets a day or two before but waiting three months for it… it was underwhelming, and very different from what I was expecting. Again, expectations are personal but it’s just really small and u derwgelming given the expectation built around all the ticket waiting time, lines etc etc

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