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  • The National Art Center In Tokyo

  • The National Art Center In Tokyo

  • The National Art Center In Tokyo

  • The National Art Center With Tokyo Midtown In The Background

  • Great Architecture Inside The National Art Center in Tokyo

  • The National Art Center In Tokyo

  • The National Art Center In Tokyo

  • The National Art Center In Tokyo

  • Great Architecture Inside The National Art Center In Tokyo

  • The National Art Center In Tokyo

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Facts & Figures

The National Art Center, Tokyo was designed by the international star architect Kisho Kurokawa. The wavy design of its glass facade makes it an impressive and unique sight. The building contains one of the largest exhibition spaces (14.000 square meter) in Japan. Changing exhibitions focusing mainly on modern art and 20th century paintings.

  • The National Art Center
  • Opening Hours - 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • Closed - on Tuesdays
  • Admission Fee - depends on the exhibition

History

For visitors the National Art Center, Tokyo is open since the 21st of January 2007.

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The National Art Center is located within the Roppongi District.

How to get to The National Art Center, Tokyo?

  • take Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line to Nogizaka Station Exit 6 or
  • Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line to Roppongi Station Exit 4a / 5min walk
  • Toei Oedo Subway Line to Roppongi Station Exit 7 / 4min walk

Sightseeing spots

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Art Library - great place to explore modern and contemporary Japanese art

Exhibitions - sometimes more than ten exhibitions are held at the same time

Festival & Events (dates can change without notice)

February

Japan Media Arts Festival (16th till 24th)
If you like manga, multimedia, audio visual art and high tech this festival is a must-see for you.

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