Our collection currently contains more than 100,000 works of art and design dating from ancient times to today. Of these objects, 1,997 of them are on view in the museum now. 13,662 of them are available online. There are 1,101 recent acquisitions. All of our collection records are living documents. They are frequently revised and enhanced.

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Keisai Eisen

The Fickle Type: Takanawa (Uwakiso takanawa), 1820's

Utagawa Hiroshige

Barn Swallows and Flowering Crabapple in Bud (Himekaidô to tsubame), 1830's

Nakayama Sugakudo

Thrush, pea flowers and rape flowers (Tsugumi endo nanohana), 1859.10

Utagawa Hiroshige

Balloon Flowers and Chinese Silver Grass (Susuki to kikyô), 1830's

Utagawa Kuniteru II

Flowers of Tokyo: Bustling opening of the three kabuki theaters in Saruwaka-cho, 1871.11