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Ota Memorial Museum of Art, Harajuku

1-10-10 Jingu-mae
Tel: 81 3 3403 0880
Metro: Harajuku's insider take:

This tatami-floored museum (you must wear slippers inside) has one of Japan's best collections of ukiyo-e woodblock prints and offers a respite from the crowds of Harajuku. Founder Seizo Ota collected thousands of works, and all the best-known artists, including Hokusai and Hiroshige, are represented. Leave your shoes in a locker by the entrance and enjoy the peace and quiet. There's an interesting shop in the basement that sells hand-printed Japanese cloths called tenugui.

Closed Mondays.

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