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All 95 Tokyo Museum Grutto Pass Facilities (Google Map Included)

Here’s The full list of each Museum, Art Museum, Zoo, Aquarium, and Garden that are included in the pass.

Each facility has either free exhibits, discounted exhibits, or both free and discounted exhibits with the use of the Tokyo Museum Grutto Pass

For a deeper dive into some of these attractions, you can look at my other blog post here.

5 Great Museums in Tokyo: Museum Grutto Pass

5 MORE Great Museums in Tokyo: Museum Grutto Pass

Ueno Area

Free Admission:

Shitamachi Museum – A museum dedicated to the old Downtown Culture of Tokyo (Edo)

Sogakudo of The Former Tokyo Music School – A museum which used to be an old music school. They still hold concerts.

Ueno Zoological Gardens – A Zoo right in the Heart of Ueno Park

Kyu-Iwasaki-tei Gardens – The former estate and gardens of the Iwasaki family

ASAKURA Museum of Sculpture – Art Museum dedicated to the works of the famous sculptor, Fumio Asakura

Calligraphy Museum – Museums displaying several historical pieces to explain the history of calligraphy in Japan

Ichiyo Memorial Museum – Museum dedicated to the famous author Ichiyo Higuchi

Sekido Museum of Art – Art Museum housing the works of Senju “Sekido” Satoh

Mori Ogai Memorial Museum – Museum dedicated to the famous japanese military man and literary translator, Mori Rintaro

Discounted Admission:

The Ueno Royal Museum – An art museum who’s governor and honorary patron is Prince Hitachi

The National Museum of Western Art – Art Museum which houses works of western origin. Permanently displays Western art from the Medieval Era and French Modern Sculpture

National Museum of Nature and Science – Museum dedicated to the Natural Sciences, with Japan region specific galleries, and world wide galleries

Tokyo National Museum – Comprehensive art and antiques museum displaying Japanese and other Asian works

The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts – Art Museum displaying modern art works, including former faculty and students

Free and Discounted Admission:

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum – Art museum with multiple exhibitions, ranging from modern to ancient art and art styles

The Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace Area 

Free Admission:

Mue Hamaguchi Yozo: Yamasa Collection – Art museum dedicated to the works of Yozo Hamaguchi

Mitsui Memorial Museum – Art museum closely associated with the Mitsui Group, displaying many Japanese and Asian works

National Film Archive of Japan – Art Museum displaying many works and techniques of Japanese filmmakers and animators

Mitsuo Aida Museum – Art museum dedicated to the works of Mitsuo Aida

Printing Museum, Tokyo – A museum dedicated to craft of printing and how it influenced history and culture

Showa-Kan – Museum dedicated to the Show Era of Japan

Science Museum – Science museum full of interactive exhibits

Discounted Admission:

Idemitsu Museum of Arts – Art museum with constantly changing temporary exhibits

Free and Discounted Admission:

The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo – Modern art museum with many exhibits

Crafts Gallery, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo – Art museum displaying craftsmanship

The Minato, Shibuya, Meguro, and Stegaya area:

Free Admission:

Panasonic Shidome Museum of Art – Modern art Museum

Hama-rikyu Gardens – Classica Japanese Gardens

Okura Museum of Art – Art Museum displaying works from Japan and all of Asia

The Shoto Museum of Art – An upscale Art Museum

Toguri Art Museum – Art Museum displaying many ceramics

Tokyo Photographic art Museum – Art museum specializing in Japanese photography

TOKYO METROPOLITAN TEIEN ART MUSEUM – An art museum that focuses more on Art Deco, including the gardens and the facility which used to be home to Prince Asaka

Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo – Art museum like many others, includes a citizens gallery as well

Sato Sakura Museum – An art museum with changing exhibits based on the season

ACCESSORY MUSEUM – An art museum dedicated to varying accessories throughout time, such as combs, broaches, fans, etc.

The Gotoh Museum – Art museum holding works of art collector Gotoh Keita

Seikado Bunko Art Museum – An art museum dedicated to preserving Japanese heritage

Discounted Admission:

Musée Tomo – Art museum dedicated to ceramics

SEN-OKU HAKUKOKAN MUSEUM, TOKYO – Art museum dedicated to ceramics

Mori Art Museum/Tokyo City View – Contemporary art and architecture museum/Indoor observation and outdoor sky decks

The National Art Center, Tokyo – Governmental run art museum

Yamatane Museum of Art – Art museum based around the works donated by art collector Taneji Yamazaki

Institute for Nature Study, National Museum of Nature and Science – Local gardens used for study and as a nature preserve

Free and Discounted Admission:

Setagaya Literary Museum – Museum dedicated to different literature, with many exhibits

Setagaya Art Museum – Art museum with many different exhibits displaying a wide range of artistic styles

The Shinjuku, Nerima, Ikebukuro, and Oji area:

Free Admission:

Natsume Soseki Memorial Museum – Museum dedicated to japanese writer Natsume Soseki

Shinjuku Historical Museum – Museum dedicated to Shinjuku and its history

Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum – Fashion museum in partnership with Bunka Fashion Colleges

Koga Masao Museum of Music – Museum dedicated to famous Japanese musician Koga Masao

Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery – Art museum that also features up and coming japanese artists

NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] – Museum displaying the relationship between society and technology through media

Hayashi Fumiko Memorial Hall – Museum dedicated to famous Japanese author Reiko Hayashi located in the traditional home of the author

Chihiro Art Museum Tokyo – Art museum dedicated to the works of Chihiro Iwasaki

Ancient Orient Museum – Museum dedicated to the societies of ancient asia and the orient

Paper Museum – Museum dedicated to the ancient arts of paper making and the artistic styles of it

Kita City Asukayama Museum – Museum dedicated to the history of Japan

Toyo Bunko Museum – Museum dedicated to historical Asian literature

Discounted Admission:

Nerima Art Museum – Art museum dedicated to Japanese contemporary and modern art

The Sumida, Fukagawa, and Bayside area:

Free Admission:

Tobacco and Salt Museum – Museum dedicated to the history and culture surrounding Tobacco and Salt

The Japanese Sword Museum – Museum based around the cultural and history of Japanese swords

Basho Museum – Museum dedicated to many forms of Japanese culture

Fukagawa Edo Museum – Museum with life size displays surrounding life during the Edo period of Tokyo

Nakagawa Funabasho Museum – Museum surrounding many aspects of Japanese culture, with large scale replicas and performances

Metro Museum – Museum dedicated to Japan’s public transportation systems

Tokyo Sea Life Park – Aquarium with a wide range of exhibits located in the bay area

Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome – Tropical greenhouse displaying varying types of flora

Panasonic Center TOKYO RiSuPia – Interactive technology museum owned by Panasonic

Free and Discounted Admission:

Sumida Hokusai Museum – Museum dedicated to famous Japanese artist, Katsushika Hokusai

Tokyo Metropolitan Edo-Tokyo Museum – Museum dedicated to the Edo Period of the Tokyo area, displaying a large collection of pieces and models

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo – Art museum surrounding contemporary art and has interactive exhibits

Miraikan – The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation – Interactive technology and science museum

The Tama area:

Free Admission: 

Kichijoji Art Museum – Art museum with many exhibits

Inoshika Park Zoo – Zoo with a focus on smaller animals

Mitaka City Gallery of Art – Art museum with many exhibits

Mitaka City Yuzo Yamamoto Memorial Museum – Memorial museum dedicated to Yuzo Yamamoto

Mushakoji Saneatsu Memorial Museum – Memorial museum dedicated to famous painter, Musashi Kouji Saneatsu

Jindai Botanical Gardens – Garden park in the traditional japanese style

Fuchu City Kyodo-no-Mori Museum – Indoor and outdoor museum based around Fuchu city

Tamarokuto Science Center – Interactive science museum

Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum – Outdoor museum with reconstructed, true to form, Edo period buildings

Kodaira Hirakushi Denchu Art Museum – Art museum dedicated to the famous japanese sculptor, Hirakushi Denchu

Tama Zoological Park – Zoo with a large amount of exhibits with animals from many regions

HACHIOJI YUME ART MUSEUM – Art museum dedicated to japanese artist

Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts – Art museum based around graphic arts of both japanese and worldwide artists

Free and Discounted Admission:

Fuchu Art Museum – Art museum dedicated to multiple styles of art including many different exhibits

Kanagawa, Chiba, and Saitama area:

Free Admission:

Sogo Museum of Art – Art museum displaying a wide array of art and many exhibits

Sail Training Ship NIPPON MARU/Yokohama Port Museum – Marine museum with a variety of events

Museum of Yokohama Urban History/Yokohama Museum of EurAsian Cultures – Museum dedicated to the history of Yokohama/Museum dedicated to both European and Asian cultures

YOKOHAMA ARCHIVES OF HISTORY – Archives dedicated to articles from the Edo and Showa periods

Sankeien Garden – Traditional Japanese-style gardens

The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama – Art museum dedicated to worldwide modern artists

Saitama Prefectural Museum of History and Folklore – Museum dedicated to Japanese History and Folklore

Free and Discounted Admission:

Yokohama Museum of Art – Art museum with a large variety of different art styles

Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History – Museum dedicated to the cultural history of Japan

Chiba City Museum of Art – Art museum dedicated to historical Japanese art


This post and map was compiled by Tanner, an intern for Mobal

Author: Declan Somers

Thanks to the people of Japan and the efforts of a UK-based telecoms company Mobell/Mobal am happy to assist in providing a hot school meal daily for kids in Malawi, Africa through a Japanese registered NGO- Seibo.

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