Tokyo's largest rotating exhibition space is home to major international modern and contemporary exhibits as well as smaller shows (usually free) and is worth visiting for the architecture alone. Architect Kisho Kurokawa's stunning facade shimmers in undulating waves of glass, and the bright exhibition space with its soaring ceilings feels a bit like being inside the set of a utopian sci-fi movie. The building houses seven exhibition areas; a library; a restaurant, Brasserie
Paul Bocuse Le Musée, offering fine French dishes; and a museum shop.
7–22–2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-8558, Japan