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Art lovers rejoice. Japan is simply full of amazing visual, auditory and performance art. Japanese art museums and galleries proudly display everything from ancient ukiyo-e woodblock prints to contemporary digital art. And, as you surely know, ‘art’ covers many disciplines. Theatre? Yes. Music? Of course! Fashion? Please. All you have to do is look around your for a dose of creativity. Though, if you’re willing to travel a little further afield, why not check out the famous Japanese art island Naoshima? It’s jam-packed with some of the best contemporary Japanese art museums around. So, regardless of whether you’re in Tokyo, Kyoto or elsewhere, you’ll be sure to find inspiration below.  

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