National Art Center Tokyo
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Building names(s): National Art Center Tokyo
Architect/Designer: Kisho Kurokawa
function(s): gallery, museum
The National Art Center, Tokyo was designed in a collaborative project between the architect Kisho Kurokawa and Nihon Sekkei, Inc. It was built on the former site of the Institute of Industrial Science of the University of Tokyo over a period of nearly four years, from July 2002 to May 2006, with factors such as the environment and earthquake safety in mind.
The Center compromises one basement floor and four aboveground floors, with a total floor space of 48,000 square meters.
Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
Exit 6 is directly linked to the Center
Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
5-minute walk from Exit 4a
Toei Oedo Subway Line
4-minute walk from Exit 7