Facilities Guidance



Tokyo Station Gallery was born in Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building in 1988 with the desire to offer everyone a place for fragrant culture rather than simply being a passing point through the station. We have held 105 exhibitions in various genres and welcomed a total of approximately 2.35 million visitors over the 18 years since our establishment and have become known as an art gallery with brick wall exhibition rooms that embody the history of Tokyo Station.
We temporarily closed due to restoration work to Tokyo Station in 2006, but we continued to be active outside the gallery even during this period such as with the Old Shimbashi Depot Railway History Exhibition Room. We made a new start for the first time in six years in the autumn of 2012 in a form that has further evolved in line with the times in the restored station building.
Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building was constructed in 1914 from a design by Kingo Tatsuno. Tokyo Station is the origin of railways up and down Japan and is positioned as the “central station” established by being the 0 kilo post of many main lines. The station has struggled as an eyewitness through numerous turbulent times as the stage of modern history in Japan.
We will continue to be active in the future while deeply recognizing the significance of carrying out our activities as a gallery in the important cultural property of Tokyo Station that is located at the geographical and historical heart of modern Japan.

【Floor Guidance】

Please click here for guidance on each floor.

【Museum Shop】

2F Tokyo Station Gallery (TEL: 03-3211-0248)
Business hours: Conforms to the opening hours of Tokyo Station Gallery
Please click here for details on the products in the shop.
※Link is Japanese page.

  • The Museum Shop is a service for visitors who have come to enjoy Tokyo Station Gallery. Please understand in advance that it is not possible to use only the shop.



【Museum Logo】

We have designed the initial “T” of Tokyo Station Gallery into the motif of a “joint” connecting three bricks. The three bricks represent the pillars of the activities of our gallery: “Re-discovery of modern art,” “invitation to modern art,” and “encounters with railways, architecture and design.” The “joint” links together the origins of people and culture, east and west, and Tokyo and the rural areas as though joining brick by brick to form a building. Furthermore, this logo contains our desire to be a gallery that continues to widely discover and showcase to the world talent by bringing hidden “joints” to the forefront.
(Logo Design by Masaaki Hiromura)

opening hours

10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m.
*Fridays : until 8:00p.m.

*Last admission 30 minutes before closing

Closed Days

Mondays (Tuesdays if this is a public holiday), during New Year’s holidays and exhibition changeovers
*Please refer to the page of each special exhibition for more details.


1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-005

TEL : 03-3212-2485

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