Mitsuo Aida Museum

Calligraphy & Poetry at The Tokyo International Forum in Yurakucho

Tel. 03-6212-3200

Tokyo International Forum B1, 3-5-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005


10:00 - 17:30 (Admittance until 17:00), Closed Mondays (except when Monday is a national Holiday)


Mitsuo Aida Museum, Calligraphy & Poetry at The Tokyo International Forum in Yurakucho

Calligrapher and Poet
As a brush-and-ink calligrapher and poet, Mitsuo Aida continued to pursue his own words and his own calligraphy, not imitating anyone.

As a young man in the period of upheaval during and following World War II , he established his original style and produced a great number of works while contemplating the preciousness of life. He wrote, “I merely express the natural way people should be as humans and the true way to live. To accomplish that, I borrow the format of brush-and-ink calligraphy.” (From Okagesan published by Diamond, inc.)

Mitsuo Aida honestly expresses himself in an unfeigned manner as a human, not hiding his own weaknesses and dependence on others. At times, the effects of his writings permeate softly into the hearts of people living in the “now.” And at other times, his writings reach out and grab you with gripping force.

Adults / University students - 800 yen
Junior/ Senior high school students - 500 yen
Elementary school students - 200 yen

KUDOS members can apply for complimentary passes (subject to availability) by submitting the KUDOS Ticket Application Form.

Three Reasons

Beautiful Japanese Calligraphy & Poetry
Located in the stunning Tokyo International Forum
Regular exhibitions

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