The distinctive white building is a modern-day icon, beautiful in its simplicity and minimalism. It was designed by architect firm Kume Sekkei, and makes the most of the relative lack of space: there's only 200sqm of floor space to play with here. To make up for it, they've created a structure of stacked 'cubes', with windows at alternate angles to let natural light seep in and give each floor a sense of airiness.
Getting tickets has proved to be akin to juggling underwater, and all tickets for the inaugural exhibition have sold out. Whether you managed to bag some and are curious about what you'll see, or are weeping in a corner because you didn't and now need some armchair browsing, we've got you covered. Swipe on for our definite floor guide to the Yayoi Kusama Museum.
Note that photography inside the museum is forbidden except for the 4F installation room and 5F rooftop.
For those looking to book tickets for the next exhibition (check the official website for details), read our blog on how to actually get them in the first place.