Mitsui Memorial Museum
|Established||October 8, 2005|
|Location||Nihonbashi area of Chuo, Tokyo, Japan|
|Website||English - Japanese|
The Mitsui Memorial Museum (三井記念美術館 Mitsui Kinen Bijutsukan) is an art museum in Tokyo's Nihonbashi district. It is located within the Mitsui Main Building, an Important Cultural Property as designated by the Japanese government.
The museum's collection includes items used in the Japanese tea ceremony as well as Eastern antiques. Over 4,000 items collected by the Mitsui family since the Edo period of Japan are showcased within the museum.
Other Central Tokyo Museums
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