Measures to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 and Requests to Visitors

TURN FES 6 organizers will take measures to prevent the spread of infection in line with the infection prevention guidelines of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

Visiting the museum

All visitors will have their temperature taken with a non-contact thermometer at entry. Those with a higher temperature than normal, cold-like symptoms (a cough, a sore throat), and who are clearly unwell will be refused admission.

Please refrain from visiting the museum if you have visited countries / regions with entry restrictions and which require medical observation after entry, and if you have had close contact with residents of those countries / regions within the last two weeks.

Please wear a mask in the exhibition space.

Please keep your voice down when talking in the exhibition space.

Please refrain from visiting / moving in large groups.

In order to avoid close contact, we are limiting the number of people who can enter the exhibition. For this reason you may have to wait when crowded.

Public Hygiene

Please use alcohol-based sanitizer on your hands and wash them thoroughly and frequently.

Please show consideration and respect for other visitors by using proper coughing etiquettes, etc.

Floor signs will be placed at intervals so please observe social distancing.

We recommend that you keep track of / record the date and time of your visit. You should also make use of the Tokyo COVID-19 contact tracing app.

If you feel unwell during your visit, please alert a nearby member of staff.

Use of facilities

Please use the main entrance and the lobby floor entrance. The east gate entrance will be closed.

Elevator capacity is limited to around four, and priority should be given to people with disabilities, the elderly, and people who are pregnant.

Please do not touch the display cases and outdoor sculptures.

*Details of each program may be subject to change without notice.In addition, the event at this venue may be canceled if a state of emergency or restrictions on the holding of events is announced by the government or prefectural authorities.