15th(Fri) 11:00 - 19:00
16th(Sat) 11:00 - 19:00
17th(Sun) 11:00 - 17:00
【COVID-19 Prevention Guidelines】
〇Please make sure to check your health condition prior to your visit.
We kindly ask you to refrain from visiting our exhibition if you have the following conditions
- Those who had a fever or COVID-19 symptoms in the last 14 days.
- Those who had close contact with someone who was diagnosed with COVID-19
※Your temperature will be checked at the entrance. If your temperature is higher than 37.5°C, your entrance will be refused. Thank you for your understanding.
〇Please use hand sanitizer before entering.
〇Please wear your face mask inside the building and practice proper cough etiquette.
【Notice to all visitors】
※We plan to take photos and videos at the venue and upload them to our website and social media. We will never intentionally take close-up shots of our visitors, but please understand that we may capture you in our photos and videos.
※Please refrain from photography in the booths with a “no photography” sign.
※Large baggage can be kept in our cloakroom. Please keep your valuables with you. Also, please do not bring carry bags and umbrellas into the exhibition venue.
※For your small children and other visitors’ safety, please leave the stroller in the cloakroom if you can, especially when the venue is crowded. Please keep a safe distance between your stroller and artwork. Please keep an eye on your children in the venue. Our staff will assist you at the entrance. Thank you for your cooperation.
|3000 yen (including tax)
|Free – please show your student ID at the ticket counter
|Guests with a disability certificate
and one attendant
– please show your disability certificate
at the ticket counter
|Junior high school
– admission permitted only when accompanied
by a guardian
※Tickets are valid only on the date of purchase
※Tickets also include the entrance to our special exhibition
In the unlikely event that one of our guests is infected with COVID-19, we ask all visitors to provide their contact information. Please fill in the form on the back of the ticket. Your admission may be refused if the form is not filled.
The first Tokyo Olympics were held in 1964. Wanting to share the brilliance of Japanese art with the people visiting from all parts of the world, we hosted the “Exhibition of Japanese Old Art Treasures in Tokyo Olympic Games”, which was to become the first of the current Special Triennial Tobi Art Fair exhibitions. With his deep knowledge of art, Prince Mikasa acted as president, and Avery Brundage, who was a collector of Japanese art and then president of the International Olympic Committee, took time out of his busy schedule to visit the exhibition and enjoy the works of art on display only two days before the opening ceremony of the games.
And now, some 57 years later, we launch the 21st Special Triennial Tobi Art Fair. As with the inaugural exhibition, we have scheduled the fair for the same year as the Tokyo Olympics, and with some 55 galleries exhibiting masterpieces of the highest level, we have even greater participation than previous years.
Though normally one can only view art in museums through glass barriers, here attendees may view a great number of works close up, and even have the opportunity to take them in hand with a simple request.
On this occasion, we have also planned a special exhibition in the third floor National Treasure and Important Cultural Property Room, entitled “The Gaze of Beauty”, featuring masterpieces from the Tokyo National Museum that have passed through and adorned the rooms of the Tokyo Art Club. It is our sincerest wish that a great number of art lovers will accept our invitation and attend the show.
Special Triennial Tobi Art Fair Executive Committee
For any inquiries, please contact us via the form below.
Tokyo Art Club
6-19-15 Shimbashi Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0004
Phone +81-3-3432-0191 Fax +81-3-3431-7606
Mita Line: 2 minutes walk from Onarimon Station [Exit A4]
Asakusa Line, Oedo Line: 5 minutes walk from Daimon Station [Exit A4]
JR Line: 10 minutes walk from Shimbashi Station [Karasumori exit]