Her clue is "The trembling light of ukioy-e is printed on the souls of the lost and the damned."
Ukiyo-e is a japanese printing/painting style that florished through the 17th through 19th centuries.
It arised just after the beginning of the period where Edo, now Tokyo, was the new seat of the governent.
It was enjoyed by many and was a staple of the pleasure districts in Edo.
So we are probably looking for some kind of exhibit that is fairly well known and has creative/magiqal signifigance. So I looked up Ukioy-e muesuems in Tokyo.
I found this -
That link takes you to the Ota Memorial Museum of Art, they showcase Ukioy-e artwork.
Their address -
1-10-10 Jingu-mae Shibuyaku Tokyo, 150-0001 Japan
One of their exhibitons may be what the clue refers too. I'll have to look later though.