The National Art Center, Tokyo
With the largest museum exhibition space in Japan, The National Art Center Tokyo is not a conventional art gallery. Instead of permanent collections, the gallery primarily uses its space – 14,000 square meters – for special exhibitions. With its emphasis on non-permanent exhibitions, The National Art Center offers eclectic art displays to the public and promotes the appreciation for the latest artistic trends from Japan and overseas.
Check the Center’s current and upcoming exhibitions as well as important visitor information below.
The National Art Center Features
- An art library with a range of resources
- 1 Restaurant and 3 cafes
- Museum giftshop
- Wheelchair accessible entrances, restrooms, and elevators
- Free-of-charge baby stroller and wheelchair lending service based on availability
- Nursing room on basement floor
- By Subway
Take the Chiyoda Line and stop at Nogizaka Station. The Center can be accessed directly from Exit 6
Saturday – Thursday (Except Tuesdays): 10:00am – 18:00pm
Friday: 10:00am – 8:00pm
Closed on Tuesdays
Fees vary according to the exhibitions at the Center. Please refer to each exhibition page on the official website.