6 best art day trips from Tokyo, with art by Yayoi Kusama, Rothko and more

Tokyo is chock full of museums, galleries and public art installations, but the sheer mass of the city means it’s hard to cram in new and sizable art attractions – unless you build one underground. If you’re up for a proper cultural excursion to see rare paintings and site-specific installations, it’s worth making a day trip to the nearby prefectures of Chiba or Kanagawa for art destinations where you can also stretch your legs in nature.

From a farm with two Yayoi Kusama installations to a museum with a natural hot spring foot bath and another with a dedicated Rothko room (like the one in Tate Modern in London), here are the best places to visit on your next day off.

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