To reach the museum by train, nearest stations are:
- From Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station on the Hanzomon Line: 9min. walk from the B2 exit.
- From Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station on the Toei Oedo Line: 13min. walk from the A3 exit.
- From Kiba Station on the Tozai Line: 15min. walk from the exit 3.
Or take the Toei Bus bound for "TOKYO SKYTREE Sta." and get off at "Tokyoto-Gendai-Bijutsukan"
- From Kikukawa Station on the Shinjuku Line: 15 min. walk from the A4 exit.
Or take theToei Bus bound for "Shimbashi", "Fukagawa Shako"or "Kiba Station" and get off at "Tokyoto-Gendai-Bijutsukan"
There are parking spaces for disabled visitors on a first-come, first-served basis. It is free of charge by presenting applicable certificates/notebooks.
Escalator and Elevator
Escalators and/or elevators are offered throughout the museum on all levels including inside the exhibition galleries.
Fully accessible toilets are located on the B1 floor and 1st floor as well as the B2 floor and 2nd floor of the exhibition gallery and the 1st and 3rd floor of the collection gallery.
Toilets with Ostomate Support
Facilities for Ostomates are available in all accessible toilets in the museum.
Nursing rooms are located on the B1 floor and 1st floor. The nursing room on the B1 floor is equipped with a water heater and is open to guardians of any gender.
Free wheelchair rental is available during your stay in the museum on a first-come, first-served basis. Please ask the staff at the information counter.
Free stroller rental is available during your stay in the museum on a first-come, first-served basis. Please ask the staff at the information counter.
Writing board for deaf and hearing impaired visitors
Please inform the staff at the information or ticket counter in the entrance hall if you would like to communicate in writing.
Tactile Maps for blind and visually impaired visitors
Tactile maps for facility overview and MOT collection are available at the information and ticket counter in the entrance hall.
Please call the staff nearby if you feel sick. Staff will guide you to the first-aid room.
Guide dog, hearing dog, and assistance dog
Guide dogs, hearing dogs, and assistance dogs may enter all areas of the museum with you.