The Exhibitions at the Toeizan Kan-eiji Temple Has Started!

During the Tokyo Biennale 2023 Fall Period, which began on 23 September, exhibitions at Toeizan Kan'ei-ji Temple start today, 30 September.

At this venue, artists confront the historical and spatial nature of Kan-eiji Temple, which will soon mark 400 years since its foundation in 1625, and explore new linkages between people and society, the region and history. We invite you to experience both the time and space of the historic temple and the artworks presented by the artists there.

Exhibitions and Opening Hours

Due to the exhibition environment, the closing time differs for each exhibition.
Period 9.30 (Sat) – 11.5 (Sun) Open daily
*The special viewing area (paid area) will be closed on 10.13 (Fri)
*The My-Linh Le exhibition will open after 10.15 (Sun). Details of the dates will be provided soon.

ExhibitionOpening Hours
Special viewing area | Katsuhiko Hibino: ALL TOGETHER NOW11:00–16:00 (last entry 15:30)
Special viewing area |Risaku Suzuki: Mirror Portrait – Lighting up a Corner11:00–16:00 (last entry 15:30)
Free | Yusuke Nishimura: ECHO works11:00–16:30 (last entry 16:00)
Free | Prescription for Tokyo|Noah Latif Lamp: Forever Now11:00–16:30(last entry 16:00)
Free | Prescription for Tokyo|My-Linh Le: Cypher II (10.15–)11:00–15:50 (last entry 15:30)


An admission fee is required to view the exhibitions at this venue (Noah Latif Rump, Yusuke Nishimura and Mairin Le's exhibition are free of charge). Payment can be made on site, and the official guidebook with admission tickets to paid venues and discount coupons for event participation and merchandise purchases is also available.

Admission: ¥1,500 for adults, ¥900 for students, free for high school students and younger.
Official guidebook details