Permanent Exhibitions

Art Factory Jonanjima

Permanent event

Art Factory Jonanjima is home to three permanent exhibitions:

“Kimiyo Mishima Installation Work 1984-2014”
Focusing on Mishima’s installations from the 1980s, this display features 13 works in an expansive 960 sq. meter space. These works of silkscreened newspapers, magazines, and cardboard integrating ceramic materials are achieved on a gigantic scale. Be amazed by Mishima’s work, which continues to evolve even after some 50 years of artistic practice.

Space: 1F Exhibition Room A & Exhibition Hall

“Toyoko Inn Motoazabu Gallery Collection”
The catwalk accessible via the spiral staircase exhibits the photography series “Duirness” created in a collaboration between Pablo Picasso, the photographer André Villers, and the poet Jacques Prévert.

Space: 1F Exhibition Hall (Catwalk)

“Japanese Paper ‘Edo’ Installation”
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s Spaulding Collection, one of the world’s finest Ukiyo-e collections, boasts some of the most beautiful and vivid Ukiyo-e prints. This installation based on Ukiyo-e prints from the collection kept from public display for more than 90 years uses high-definition data imaging to recreate an immersive visual experience of Japan during the Edo period (1603–1868).

Space: 3F Exhibition Space B



Permanent event

Exhibition Hours: 11:00–20:00. Closes at 17:00 on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays.


Kimiyo Mishima, Pablo Picasso et al.

Website (Japanese) (venue's website)



Venue Hours

From 9:30 To 21:30
saturdays opening at 9:00, sundays opening at 9:00, saturdays closing at 17:00, sundays closing at 17:00, holidays opening at 9:00, holidays closing at 17:00
Note:Closed during the New Year holidays.


Address: 2-4-10 Jonanjima, Ota-ku, Tokyo 143-0002
Phone: 03-6684-1045 Fax: 03-6682-4786

From the East exit of JR Omori Startion, Omorikaigan Station on the Keikyu line, or Ryutsu Center Station on the Tokyo Monorail, take the Keikyu bus “Mori No.32(Jonanjima Loop)” and get off at Jonanjima 2-chome. The venue is 3 minute walk from there.

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