The National Art Center, Tokyo Roppongi, Tokyo
An art center that holds a variety of exhibitions by making the most of one of the largest exhibition spaces in Japan
The center opened in Roppongi, which is attracting attention as an art spot in Tokyo, with the concept for the building as “an Art Center surrounded by green spaces.” Instead of maintaining a permanent collection, it holds a variety of special exhibitions and provides venues for art groups, making the most of one of the largest exhibitions spaces in Japan, in its bright and open interior surrounded by glass, so that visitors can encounter new art at any time. It also serves creating and disseminating art and culture.
- Restaurant (3rd fl.)
- “Leiko Ikemura Our Planet – Earth & Stars” 2019, The National Art Center, Tokyo, Installation View photo: Daisuke Shima
- Museum Shop (1st bsmt.)
- Cafe (2nd fl.)
- Art Library (3rd fl.)
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The National Art Center, Tokyo was founded in 2007 with the mission of contributing to the creation of a new culture that advances mutual understanding and inclusion through the power of art. Since then, the NACT has functioned as an art center without permanent collections that provides the public with a place where they can experience many different forms of artistic expression, make new discoveries, and share diverse values. In addition to hosting a broad spectrum of art shows in one of Japan's largest art exhibition spaces, the NACT also collects, provides, and makes publicly accessible diverse art information/resources and runs various educational and public programs.
The National Art Center, Tokyo
7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8558
Phone (Hello Dial): +81-47-316-2772 (for international calls), 050-5541-8600 (for domestic calls)
- 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. (on Fridays & Saturdays until 8:00 p.m.) Admission until 30 minutes before closing. Closed on Tuesdays (open on holiday Tuesdays and closed on the following days), New Year holidays.
Admission fees are determined for each exhibition.