Last Updated:Jan 21, 2022

Japanese Museums with COVID-Related Closings

Japan's Quasi-State of Emergency was lifted on March 21.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum garden has reopened.

The Japanese government lifted its COVID-19 Quasi-State of Emergency on March 21, 2022. Most museums and galleries have reopened. Some require visitor reservations. Mask rules and other COVID-related precautions are in place throughout Japan. For detailed information and the latest updates, please check the official websites.

(Information as of April 25, 2022)

Tokyo

Idemitsu Museum of Arts

Reopened. Reservations required.

http://idemitsu-museum.or.jp/en/

Aomori Prefecture

Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art

Reopened

https://www.hirosaki-moca.jp/en/

Munakata Shiko Memorial Museum of Art

Reopened

https://munakatashiko-museum.jp/en/

Aomori Museum of Art

Reopened

http://www.aomori-museum.jp/ja/blog/1956.html

Towada Art Center

Reopened

https://towadaartcenter.com/en/

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