The Tokyo Palace in Paris is a legacy of the Japanese Pavilion during the Paris World Expo. The building, which has a Greek-like design, is now one of the most famous pavilions in Paris, where world-class exhibitions are held regularly and well worth a visit.
At first we thought it was special to call the Tokyo Palace, but after visiting it we learned that it was a French pavilion at the time after France visited the Expo in Japan, and a nice building.
Paris Tokyo Palace is a very unique new building, is also one of the new tourist landmarks in Paris, Tokyo Palace is a pretty fun place, here we can see a lot of unique architectural style. [View] The scenery here is also very good
Contemporary art. Cool space. Funky cafe. Always find something there that's impressive and thought provoking.
After spending a week roaming through the Louvre and Orsay museums- seeing the masterpieces of Western art- you come upon the Palais de Tokyo and it is like walking into a hoarder''s livingroom with a stale buffet of dada- or- stagnant ''art''.
Modern art at its finest! Palais de Tokyo has a lovely assortment of thought-provoking exhibits.
For the museum and the restaurant with its terrace and stunning views of Paris
Palais de Tokyo is one of my favorite cultural spots in Paris. Along with their ever-changing exhibitions, the bookstore in the ground floor is great for art and fashion magazines and books. There are also several restaurants, including Tokyo Eat, a casual restaurant with very Parisian atmosphere with good music, nice drinks, and reasonably priced food.