Toshima Art Museum, the most famous art facility on Toshima. It was designed by Japanese architect Tatsue Nishizawa and artist Rei Naito. Two buildings, similar to alien flying saucers and like giant droplets, are the entire museum. The ticket is 1640 yen, only one piece of work in the pavilion, and it will never change. The building is made of concrete, from smallpox to wall to floor, all white, no painting or installation, only the hollow holes above the head, can see the blue sky and green trees, feel the breeze is definitely a good place to meditation, meditative. Every person who enters the museum stands or sits or is calm, the artist uses this special design, lets people feel like the frog of the bottom of the well, the sky, but as infinite stretches as blue wide ~~~ At this moment, you can think of nothing, Time seems to be at rest...
The Toshima Museum of Art opened in late 2010, is the most popular major attraction on Toshima. The huge pavilion is built into a single space, that is, only one structure, the pavilion empty, only "water" rolling on the ground, slowly flowing water, condensed into a pool. The artist Naito Rei's design preserves only the simplest elements of nature: air, sunlight, wind and water. Here you can feel the charm of nature.
Teshima Art Museum is a landmark attraction of Teshima. The circular irregular buildings look special and lovely from the outside. There are no exhibits in the museum, and the museum itself is a work of art.
March-September 10:00-18:00, the latest admission time is 17:00; October-February 10:00-17:00, the latest admission time is 16:00. Closed on Monday.
2060 yen, you can make an appointment on the official website, 15 minutes is a time unit. Visa and jcb cards can directly pay for tickets online.
If you have made an appointment on the official website in advance, remember to print out the QR code and bring it with you.
If you do not make an appointment in advance, you can also buy tickets on the spot, but it depends on the number of visitors on the day to determine the actual admission time.
According to the admission time, a finishing ticket will be issued half an hour in advance. You can wait in line at the gate for admission and exchange tickets for tickets.
There are signs suggesting visiting routes, just follow the signs. There is a dedicated staff at the entrance of the art museum who will communicate the admission instructions in Japanese, English, and Chinese.
You need to take off your shoes when you enter the hall. The hall is a limestone floor. If you are afraid of cold, remember to wear thick socks.
Due to the special structure of the museum, the echo is very loud, so you must not speak loudly and try to avoid making noises.
Photography is prohibited in the museum.
If you want to write and draw friends in it, remember to bring a pencil, and the signature pen is not allowed.
Write at the back
In it, from the black question mark face at the beginning, until the whole person became quiet, for a moment, I felt that time had stopped.
Give yourself some time, and the usual hustle and bustle, irritability, and hostility seem to have settled down.
The rustle of the wind blowing over the leaves, the chirping of birds, and the sound of ferry sirens in the distance seemed to be infinitely amplified by this special structure of the art gallery. The sounds that you would not care about in the ordinary day suddenly became clear.
Sitting on the cold concrete floor, watching the water droplets vibrate slightly to violently shake, and then gather together. Those changes that we usually ignore as nonexistent seem to be vivid at this moment.
Occasionally get out of the noise and give yourself a little blank.
Between visiting the wonderful art museums stop here and chill out for a bit with a coffee /snack on the floor ... fabulous peaceful and well worth it .
The food was good, the restaurant was cute and quiet, and the spot / museum was ... awesome! Thank you :)
You can navigate directly from the port to Teshima Art Museum on foot, and you can see the sea once you look back. I’m so sad that it’s raining so much. Whether the museum will be open? Who would expect friends to tell us that the Teshima Art Museum is more special on rainy days. The art gallery in the rain is like nature adding a special emotion to the mother body. On a sunny day, you can see whether the blue sky is passing by a small bird. When it rains, stay in the museum and see the bunches. The rain drops from the sky and gathers together again. You can stand and sit and lie down and watch the flow of water droplets change. It never repeats every moment. When I lie sideways on the ground, I focus on the gathering with one eye. The small drops of energy slowly grow larger and rounder, break through the tension of the water surface, and begin to flow and escape. This is power. You can go to the cafe next to the museum when you walk out of the museum. The same shape is a little smaller, which satisfies the need to not take pictures in the museum. The pastries here are the shape of the Teshima Art Museum, especially Q. You can also buy some peripheral items.