Winter exhibition "Starry Ginza Christmas" will be held from November 23 (Thu) to December 27 (Wed)
Enjoy the Christmas -themed exhibitions that you cannot experience anywhere else
This is the most special month of the year for the Art Aquarium Museum. A goldfish art space with a blend of Japanese and Western Christmas will unfold.
Book Art Aquarium Museum GINZA Tickets
Ping Pong Pearl : As the name suggests, this goldfish has a body shape like a round ball. Its adorable form and swimming style make it a popular fish at the museum.
A display shelf lined with bonsai and Edo facets. Everything is made with Traditional Japanese craft techniques.
All cultural assets displayed in the museum have been borrowed from all over Japan. hanging lanterns”Ginza Man-Tourou” welcome visitors.
Display different art and types of goldfish in square tanks. This is a spot where you can see a wide variety of goldfish at close range.
The floral arrangements called "Flowerium" is made by florist Shogo Kariyazaki and change with the seasons.
The "Chochin-rium," a fish tank that resembles a lantern, changes its arrangement and goldfish each season.
A huge aquarium called "Origamirium" , which inspired by a Japanese traditional paper craft "Origami".

Book Art Aquarium Museum GINZA Tickets

Winter exhibition "Starry Ginza Christmas" will be held from November 23 (Thu) to December 27 (Wed)
Enjoy the Christmas -themed exhibitions that you cannot experience anywhere else
This is the most special month of the year for the Art Aquarium Museum. A goldfish art space with a blend of Japanese and Western Christmas will unfold.
Book Art Aquarium Museum GINZA Tickets
Ping Pong Pearl : As the name suggests, this goldfish has a body shape like a round ball. Its adorable form and swimming style make it a popular fish at the museum.
A display shelf lined with bonsai and Edo facets. Everything is made with Traditional Japanese craft techniques.
All cultural assets displayed in the museum have been borrowed from all over Japan. hanging lanterns”Ginza Man-Tourou” welcome visitors.
Display different art and types of goldfish in square tanks. This is a spot where you can see a wide variety of goldfish at close range.
The floral arrangements called "Flowerium" is made by florist Shogo Kariyazaki and change with the seasons.
The "Chochin-rium," a fish tank that resembles a lantern, changes its arrangement and goldfish each season.
A huge aquarium called "Origamirium" , which inspired by a Japanese traditional paper craft "Origami".

Overview

Dive into a world of wonder with Art Aquarium Museum GINZA tickets. Book online to get a 500 JPY gift shop coupon at no extra charge!

Highlights

  • Book online and you can get a gift shop coupon at no extra charge!
  • See incredible aquatic creatures in enchanting artistic installations
  • Experience an amazing art space with a blend of Japanese and Western aesthetics
  • Book with a Rakuten account to earn and use points for each ticket!

Key Information

Description

Nestled within the heart of Tokyo's iconic Ginza Mitsukoshi department store, the Art Aquarium Museum GINZA is a revolutionary new kind of art museum that combines living art, ultra-modern design, and a well-balanced blend of the old and new to show goldfish in a new light, like you've never seen them before! Immerse in the graceful dance of all manner of extraordinary goldfish, elegantly navigating the specially designed tanks that each emphasize different facets of Japanese culture. Sample the heritage of Japan’s Edo period (1603–1867), when the appreciation of goldfish fully took root in Japanese culture. The Art Aquarium seamlessly fuses modern art elements such as light, sound, and fragrance with traditional elements, creating a space that pays homage to the age-old admiration for these captivating aquatic wonders. Goldfish, originally a Chinese treasure, found a second home in Japan during the Edo period and evolved into living works of art through careful breeding. These ornamental fish have become a symbol of aesthetic appreciation in Japan. Conveniently situated near Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace, Ginza Mitsukoshi is an easy stop to add to your travels — and one you’re not likely to forget!