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Last weekend I was out at the Mori Art Museum reviewing the new NS Harsha retrospective for Tokyo Art Beat. I’ll hopefully get that article written and published later next week. I’ve always been a big fan of the Mori: it’s a space that never fails to enhance the exhibitions it hosts, not any easy task considering its size. What also makes the Mori special is that admission to the museum also grants you entrance to Tokyo City View on the 52nd floor. Offering 360-degree views over Tokyo, this is perhaps my favourite observatory in the city.



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4 comments

  1. We always love going to Mori to enjoy the view, especially because you can get an amazing view of Tokyo Tower. We’ve never been lucky enough to see Fuji-San though. Have you ever been to the rooftop viewing platform there? The great plus is that they also have great art exhibitions.

  2. I was given a press ticket to review an art show and the ticket included entrance to the Sky Deck – but it was closed due to wind!! I’ve never been! Safe travels – where are you now? Justin

  3. Oh no that’s a shame. I hope you will get a chance to go again soon.
    We are in London at the moment, sadly no plans to head back to Japan yet. I’m hoping it won’t be too long though…
    Vanessa

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