The Mori Art Museum is spectacularly located on the 53rd floor of the Mori Tower in Roppongi Hills. The observation deck on the 52nd floor offers panoramic views of Tokyo; while there are no windows on the museum floor, the exhibitions on view offer more than enough to take in. During my visit, the exhibit (ongoing through September 1, 2013) was “All You Need Is Love: from Chagall to Kusama and Hatsune Miku.” I was afraid that the exhibit would be limited to banal fairytale love, but I was delighted by the exhibit’s diverse and nuanced exploration of the inspirations, perceptions and complexity of this fundamental human desire and its artistic representations — from the scrolls of “The Tale of Genji” to virtual love in today’s digital world. Included in the price of admission is a free audio guide in Japanese or English, which is just as well-curated and informative as the exhibit overall. One of my favorite parts of the exhibit was Daito Manabe’s interactive piece, a machine that generates a “love song” based on any love-related word a visitor speaks into its microphone. Fascinating!