5 areas where you can see outdoor sculptures in Tokyo
1) Roppongi Hills
There are several public artworks here: six works are overseen by the Mori Art Museum and three works were selected by the architect Fumihiko Maki. The eight-metre-tall rose, which was created by the German sculptor Iza Genzken, and Maman, by the French artist Louise Bourgeois, are definitely worth checking out.
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