Enjoy our slide show of various features of the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum, along with selected works from our Permanent Galleries.
Entrancing Encounter with Art and Nature
TFAM Kiddie Exploration
Opening in 2008 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of our Museum, the eight permanent galleries in the New wing exhibit some 100 works, drawn mainly from our collection of Western paintings, as well as sculptures and jewelry. (Works will be rotated on a routine basis.)
Featuring unique concepts in design and lighting, each gallery hall has its own personality and ambiance.
Dawn of a New Age: From the Renaissance to Baroque
Golden Era of Western Paintings: From Baroque and Rococo to Neo-Classical
Tradition and Ceremony:
Academism Painters / Barbizon School
Portal to Modern Sculpture: Rise of Realism
Orchestration of Light and Color: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
Delving in Modern Art: Diverse Banners of Expressionism
TFAM Photo Collection and Other Exhibits
Jewelry Collection and Other Exhibits
True to its mission statement to serve as “a museum building bridges to the world,” TFAM provides special exhibitions to promote international cultural exchange, as well as special exhibitions of diverse genres, including those works from our own collection. Divided into four major zones and interconnected by a large, open corridor, the hall can be reconfigured depending on the content and scale of the exhibition.
Works of modern sculpture are on permanent display in the lobbies of the new Annex and Main Museum, while other sculptures—including two of TFAM’s largest outdoor pieces, Giambologna’s “Neptune” and Bourdelle’s “The Victory”—are also permanently exhibited.
■Operating Hours :
(Reception closes at 16:30)
Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Hachioji City, Tokyo 192-0016