Dialogue with the Self through Tarot
Japan's First Tarot Museum
Tarot is one of the tools of ‘dialogue with the self.’
One of the backgrounds of Tarot is ‘mythology.’ Mythology is a universal story that has been handed down from long ago and still lives in people's unconscious.
By looking into the world of Tarot, you may be able to hear the myths that live within you.
We invite you to talk to yourself and weave its words.
A Painter Who Paints
the Invisible World with Vivid Colors
Rima Fujita, a painter active on the world stage, was invited to the “Rima Fujita Oracle Card Original Drawings Exhibition” as an event commemorating the first anniversary of the Tokyo Tarot Museum. During the exhibition, a talk show and dinner event with Ms. Fujita were also held. We interviewed Ms. Fujita about her unique creative style in which she vividly depicts scenes she has seen in her dreams, the inspiration for her oracle card “Lotus Moon,” and her social contribution activities.
Director of Yatsugatake
“Ehonmura” and Picture Book Author
Two years after “The Forest Tarot,” Majo’s second tarot book, “The Garden Tarot,” was published in November 2022. We interviewed Majo about her life in the forests of Yatsugatake, which she treasures, and her encounter with the Tarot.
Inspired by the Tarot.
A Classical Nobleman Playing the Piano
On June 11, 2022, a tarot and piano concert “il suono dei tarocchi – The Sound of Tarot” was held in Tokyo. We spoke with Sergio Baietta, an internationally acclaimed musician who describes tarot cards as “works of art that become friends in life,” and whose concerts are based on piano music that reflects the worldview expressed by the cards.
Born in Asakusabashi,
Tokyo on Tuesday, November 16, 2021
Opening hours / Closed days
Opening hours Weekdays 10:00-19:00 (Last entry 17:30)
Saturdays 9:00-18:00 (Last entry 16:30)
※The museum may close earlier due to events, etc.
Reservations are required for visits with a specified date and time. Please reserve and purchase tickets on this reservation page before visiting.
We cannot accept requests by phone or email.
Closed days Sundays, National Holidays and etc. Admission Fee 800 yen including tax
※Payment for merchandise purchases is cashless (credit card, e-money, QR payment, etc.).
Cancellation If you cancel your reservation, you will be charged a cancellation fee. Please make sure before making a reservation.
・Cancellation must be made in person in RESERVA by 23:59 on the day before the reserved date.
We do not accept cancellations by phone or email.
・Cancellation on the day or without notice will incur a cancellation fee. (100% of admission fee)
・A cancellation fee will be charged for any change in the number of persons or time on the day.
■Not subject to cancellation
・When the museum is closed for reasons beyond the museum's control.
・Circumstances due to inclement weather, transportation, etc.
・If your body temperature is 37℃ or higher at the time of admission on the day, you may not be allowed to enter the museum.
※In the event of a cancellation due to circumstances beyond our control, a full refund will be made as soon as possible.
As part of efforts to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, the Tokyo Tarot Museum of Art has implemented health checks for employees, masks, disinfection, and regular ventilation, as well as requesting that guests visit the museum by appointment only in order to avoid close proximity.
- Please make a reservation for a specific date and time for your visit. When your reservation is successfully completed, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with the subject line: "Reservation for Mr./Ms. your name confirmed“.
- Reservation can only be made through the reservation website. We cannot accept reservations by phone or email.
- On the day of your visit, please present your name and the screen of the e-mail confirming your reservation, or a printed copy, to the reception staff.
- The duration of your stay is 90 minutes with changeover time. Please come to the museum at the time of your reservation. If you arrive late, your stay will be shortened, so please arrive at the reserved time. Please note that re-entry after leaving the building is not permitted.
- The main entrance to the museum is locked around 7:00 p.m. on weekdays and 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Please note that you will not be allowed to enter after the last entry time.
- The museum is a facility designed to allow visitors to enjoy the world of the Tarot and at the same time to "talk with oneself".We ask that you please watch and stay quietly so as not to disturb other visitors.
- Only cashless payment is accepted.
Various credit cards, QR payments, and electronic money (e.g., Suica) are accepted.
＜Cautions for Use＞
- No shoes are allowed. Slippers are provided.
- Smoking is prohibited.
- Please refrain from bringing food and beverages.
- Guests must be 13 years of age or older.
- No Pets are allowed to enter.
Our Initiatives and Requests in preventing spread of the coronavirus
- Visitors with symptoms such as fever or cough will not be admitted.
- Please take your temperature when you enter the museum, if you have a fever of 37.5°C or higher, you will not be allowed to enter.
- Please wear a mask in the museum and wash your hands and disinfect with alcohol.
2-4-2 Yanagibashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Ubase Asakusabashi 6th Floor
Museum Access (walking) 3 mins-Asakusabashi Station East Exit, JR Sobu Line
1 min-Asakusabashi Station , Exit A6 , Toei Subway Asakusa Line
※ no private parking
Asakusabashi Station Access from Higashi Ginza Station, by Toei Asakusa Line : 8 mins
from Tokyo Station, by JR : 7 mins
from Akihabara Station, by JR : 2 mins