Yayoi Kusama Museum

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Fans of Yayoi Kusama’s imagery – polka dots, mirror rooms, and more – are in luck. This museum dedicated entirely to her work will open on October 1. The five-story building will offer several spaces where museum goers can enjoy Kusama’s work. In addition to large-scale – and highly Instagrammable – installations which will be housed on the fourth floor, there will be changing exhibits on the second and third floors. If you’re a fan of this uniquely fascinating artist, you won’t want to miss a chance to drop by. Reserve a ticket on the museum’s website, though: large crowds will be expected for quite a while.

Address: 107 Bentencho, Shinjuku-ku

Website: http://www.yayoikusamamuseum.jp/

Tel: 03-5273-1778

Click here to get tickets for Yayoi Kusama Museum Inaugural Exhibition.

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