Notice to Visitors: Regarding Reserved Priority Tickets
■Notice Regarding Reserved Priority Tickets
In order to prevent infection and spread of COVID-19, reserved priority tickets are available for two special exhibitions, “Eiko Ishioka: Blood, Sweat, and Tears—A Life of Design” and “MOT Annual 2020 Invisible Powers.” For each designated date/time slot, we limit the number of visitors.
Tickets are also available at the museum ticket counter without reservations. Kindly note, however, that there may be a little bit of a wait in case of congestion. Please purchase reserved priority tickets in advance to prevent congestion.
If you visit only “MOT Collection: Rewinding the Collection,” you need NOT book a ticket in advance. Please purchase tickets at the museum ticket counter.
Please click here to purchase reserved priority tickets.
*Kindly note that reserved priority tickets are non-refundable and non-changeable.
*Ticket sales/bookings are to start at 10 a.m. of every Wednesday [JST] for admissions of the FOLLOWING Wednesday through Tuesday (For admissions from Sat 2 January through Mon 11 January, ticket sales are to start on Wed 23 December).
*Ticket sales planned on Wed 23 December for admissions from Sat 2 January through Mon 11 January are suspended. We will inform the renewed date for the sales as soon as our decision is made on this website.
The following people will be free of admission to the venue without purchasing a reserved priority ticket.
1. Persons with a Physical Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Welfare Certificate, or Atomic Bomb Survivor Welfare Certificate as well as up to two attendants
*Please present Disabled Person’s Handbook or an equivalent form of government issued identification upon your visit.
2. Those who will receive discount with MOT Passport (used five times or more) and Gurutto Pass etc
*Please purchase a ticket at the museum ticket counter by presenting a certification.
3. Please directly come to the entrance of the special exhibitions if you have an invitation ticket or MOT Passport (used four times or less).
Reservations are not needed upon your visit to the café, restaurant and museum shop. You need to make a reservation for admission to the Art Library.
Please refer to Our Countermeasures against COVID-19 before visiting.