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"WHAT," which opened in Tennozu, Tokyo on Saturday, December 12, 2020, is an art and culture facility that aims to showcase the valuable artworks that Terada Warehouse Co. We searched for the ideal art facility from the perspective of a warehousing company, and what we found was an art exhibition facility where visitors can encounter artworks collected by Japan's leading collectors based on their own value standards.

The name of the facility, WHAT (Warehouse of Art Terrada), reflects the unique concept of "opening up a warehouse to allow visitors to take a peek at art that is not usually seen. We will create a new space for viewing the works of artists active in the contemporary art scene, along with the thoughts of collectors.

The Architectural Warehouse Museum, the forerunner of WHAT, which has been storing and exhibiting artworks since 2016, has been renamed the "Architectural Warehouse Project" and continues to hold exhibitions and model storage tours related to architecture at the facility.

The Terada Warehouse Co., Ltd. is working to develop Tennozu into a major center for the arts through the operation of art and culture facilities such as PIGMENT TOKYO, an art materials laboratory, and TERRADA ART COMPLEX, the largest gallery complex in Japan, in addition to its main business of art storage, art restoration, transportation and delivery, and exhibition.

About the Architectural Warehouse Project
The aim of the Architectural Warehouse Project is to enhance the value of architectural models and architectural culture. The exhibition features study models and finished models of architectural works by foreign and Japanese architects and design firms active in Japan and abroad, with each exhibition period having a different theme.
ARCHI-DEPOT ONLINE https://online.archi-depot.com/
ARCHI-DEPOT ONLINE is the world's first web service with the functions of creating and viewing architectural model portfolios and storing models, with the aim of introducing architectural model culture and young architects worldwide.
Model Vault
Only visitors to WHAT can participate in the model storage room as an optional tour.

Museum shop

Address2-6-10, Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Business Hour*111:00 to 19:00(Admission is until 18:00)
Closed*2Monday (if Monday is a national holiday, the museum will be closed on the following Tuesday), during the exhibition changeover period, year-end and New Year holidays
Genre*3Contemporary Art, Architect
Entrance Fee*4Adults ¥1,200, College and university students ¥700, Junior and senior high school students ¥500, Elementary school students and younger free ¥500, Model vault tour ¥500 (only for those who enter WHAT)
Access*54 minutes walk from Tennozu Isle (R05)Station Exit B on the Rinkai Line, 5 minutes walk from Tennozu Isle (MO02)Station on the Tokyo Monorail, 15 minutes walk from JR Shinagawa (JT03,JK20,JY25,KK01) Station Konan Exit
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*1 The last day of an exhibition or event may end early. *2 There are also end-of-year and temporary closures *3 Blanks refer to all genres. *4 Admission prices may vary depending on the event. Check for senior citizens, children and group discounts.*5 The times shown are approximate.


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