It may be small, but this art space on the northern side of Tsukishima is well worth a quick visit. The gallery holds pieces by artists like Momoka Sugahara and Takaya Nakamura, but its biggest name is Hiroshi Senju, renowned for his large-scale waterfall paintings that have been displayed in museums and at art shows all over the world. Housed on the ground floor of a shiny high-rise, the gallery occasionally hosts exhibitions by up-and-coming local talent as well, and is a nice place for taking an artsy break from the city.
|Venue name:||Gallery Art Composition||Contact:|
Pier West Square 1F, 1-11-8 Tsukuda, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Tsukishima Station (Yurakucho, Oedo lines), exit 6|