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This classical music concert hall opened in 1986 in “Akasaka Ark Hills” in Minato City, Tokyo. There are two halls, a main hall and a small hall. In pursuit of “the world’s most beautiful sound,” the main hall adopted the “Vineyard-style” of architecture in which all 2006 seats are arranged like the sloping terrace of a vineyard. The lobby, with a drinks corner and shop, is designed as an adult social gathering place where you can enjoy chatting before the performance. Please note that the hall will be closed until August 31, 2017 for renovations.


Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 1-13-1 (Akasaka / Azabu / RoppongiArea)

phone 0335051001

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Reviewed:2018/04/01 Sakura Festival 2018 Open House
They have open house. Free concert during Ark Hills Sakura Festival. There are many children. Sakura week is so busy at popular places but kind of less crowd. Ark Hills also have things for children...
Reviewed:2018/01/26 Perfect concert hall
With its simplicity of the structure of the hall and the perfect sounds it store, I think it is the best concert hall I have been to. Tokyo phill regularly plays there. It is a must to do in Tokyo...
Reviewed:2017/12/07 Great concert hall, extraordinary acoustics
During my one month stay in Tokyo, a concert experience was a must. At home, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania I often go to opera and philharmonic concerts. So, I took this opportunity to see other concert...

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Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 1-13-1 [ map ]
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