About Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Tokyo Fuji Art Museum (TFAM) was founded in 1983 by Daisaku Ikeda, president of Soka Gakkai International. The TFAM collection is comprised of some 30,000 Japanese, Eastern and Western artworks, ranging from paintings, prints, photography, sculptures, ceramics and lacquer ware to armor, swords and medallions of various periods and cultures. Especially noteworthy is its outstanding collection of Western oil paintings that spans a five-hundred-year period from the Renaissance to the Baroque and postmodernist eras, as well as its exceptional collection of photographic masterpieces.
Based on the motto, “A museum creating bridges around the world,” TFAM sponsors exhibitions promoting cultural exchange that bring the finest artistic treasures of the world to Japan. At the request of governments and cultural organizations worldwide, moreover, TFAM has organized a number of exhibitions with masterworks of Japanese and Eastern art, as well as Western paintings, loaned from its own collection to museums around the world.
This application offers the content that introduces you to our collection and exhibition activities. The high-resolution digital images and the audio and visual contents will make you feel closer to artworks. When you view the artworks in our galleries, please use this app as a tool to make your art appreciation more intriguing.
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