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The National Art Center, Tokyo国立新美術館

Art Museum

This is a museum located in Roppongi with the largest floor area in Japan. It opened in 2007 as the fifth National Art Museum in Japan. A variety of exhibitions taking advantage of the exhibition space of 14,000 square meters are held here. It is famous as the last museum involving Kisho Kurokawa, a representative architect of Japan. A unique tea salon at the top of the inverted cone is a popular spot that also appears in movies, etc.

place

Tokyo Minato-ku Roppongi 7-22-2

phone 0357778600
place

[Planning Exhibition] 10:00-18:00 (entrance up to 17:30) ※ Every Friday/Saturday during the show until 20:00 (admission up to 19:30)
[open call exhibition] 10:00-18 :00 (admission up to 17:30) ※ There may be differences in viewing hours depending on art groups

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Address

Tokyo Minato-ku Roppongi 7-22-2 [map]

Phone

0357778600

Hours
[Planning Exhibition] 10:00-18:00 (entrance up to 17:30) ※ Every Friday/Saturday during the show until 20:00 (admission up to 19:30)
[open call exhibition] 10:00-18 :00 (admission up to 17:30) ※ There may be differences in viewing hours depending on art groups
Closed
Every week Tuesday (opened if Public holiday or substitute public holiday, closed next Weekday)
Fees
[Planning Exhibition] It will be decided for each exhibition.
[Public offering exhibition] depends on the art group.
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Varies depending on the exhibition plan
Note
[Hello dial] 03-5777-8600

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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