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Tokyo International Forum東京国際フォーラム


Event Hall / Public Hall

A multipurpose public culture facility with eight halls of various sizes as well as 34 meeting rooms. The facility frequently hosts cultural events that help share with the world the unique charms of Japan. The airy Glass Building hall, walled in by huge glass panels, has been awarded three Michelin stars, and is a popular tourist spot in and of itself. The entire facility is decorated with works of art, and visitors can come and enjoy the building like an art museum.


Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 3-5-1 (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

phone 0352219000

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Review of Tokyo International Forum

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Reviewed:2020/01/11 Beautiful building with shops inside
Beautiful building and not a bad walk from Tokyo Station. We specifically appreciated it because we were hiding from the rain and it has a number of shops inside. It was being set up for a big expo...
Reviewed:2019/11/27 Beautiful Convention Hall
I visited here to attend an event. Well organized comfortable place.there was SHAKE SHACK hamburger at the middle!!
Reviewed:2019/11/25 If you have time!
We are happy to have visited it. It is a very new and impressive building. It is free and offers a break from all the outside noise.

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Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 3-5-1 [ map ]
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
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