The Tokyo National Museum was first established in 1972 at Yushima Seido Shrine. The museum was later moved to Ueno Park in Tokyo and is their current location. Its collection features the largest and best of art and archeological artifacts. There is over 110,000 items in the collection and almost a hundred national treasures can be found amongst the artifacts. In the permanent exhibits there can be about 4000 different items displayed at a time. English information as well as audio guides are available for use to visitors. The Tokyo National Museum consists of six separate buildings that specialize in certain art and exhibits. The buildings are Honkan, Hyokeikan, Toyokan, Heiseikan, Horyuji Homotsukan, and Kuroda Memorial Hall. Aside from the exhibition halls there is a Japanese style garden and teahouses that are open to the public in spring and autumn. All over the grounds you can find many shops and cafes to enjoy while there.