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After nearly three years of renovations, the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, situated at one end of Kiba Park in Koto Ward, has re-opened its doors with “Weavers of Worlds: A Century of Flux in Japanese Modern/Contemporary Art.”

It’s an ambitious exhibition that, in order to span an entire century’s worth of art, literally runs through the majority of the museum building — with viewers traversing four floors to see the entire show. Allow yourself ample time to make your way through it.

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