For art lovers, a special exhibition titled "Claude Monet - Questioning Nature" is taking place from May 29th until September 10th 2021 at Tokyo's Artizon Museum. The exhibition will follow Monet's work and how it developed through his life, with paintings, photography, and even ukiyo-e prints on display.
The works showcased in the exhibition are from collections at France's Museé de l’Orangerie and Museé d’Orsay, providing visitors a unique, possibly once in a lifetime glimpse into some of Monet's most famous art pieces.
The Artizon Museum (formerly known as the Bridgestone Museum of Art) is easily accessible via various stations.
It's located 5 minutes on foot from the JR Tokyo Station (take the Yaesu Central Exit), the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line's Kyobashi Station (take exit number 6 or 7), or Nihombashi Station, which is served by the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tozai Line, or the Toei Asakusa Line (take the B1 Exit).
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