How to get to Tokyo International Forum Building

About Tokyo International Forum Building

The Tokyo International Forum Building is a large public cultural complex located in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, and one of the venues for international conferences in Tokyo, managed and operated by Tokyo International Forum Building Co.

At the beginning of the design of the Tokyo International Forum Building, Japan used the International Institute of Architects as the basis for an international open competition, and finally the famous American architect Rafael Viñoly (Rafael Viñoly) won. The entire building was completed in 1997, at a total cost of more than 164.7 billion yen, 11 floors above ground and 3 floors below ground, with 7 halls, exhibition halls, 34 meeting rooms, stores, restaurants, the Mitsuo Aida Museum of Art, the Ota Michiru statue, and other facilities, which can hold a variety of international conferences, concerts, theater performances, corporate promotional activities and exhibitions and other activities.

In addition to its wide range of venue applications, the Tokyo International Forum Center building is also a well-known viewpoint in Tokyo. Raphael Viñoly’s ship as the theme, the building’s lobby is made of universal glass, and its spectacular appearance has amazed countless architects and attracted tourists from all over the world who are eager to take photographs in the building.

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How to get there

Open Period Hours: 7:00 – 23:30, varies by store/facility
Closed: Temporary closing several times a year
Location 3-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005
Access :1 min. walk from Yurakucho Station on the Yurakucho Subway Line, JR Yamanote Line and Keihin-Tohoku Line


The concert hall is located right in front of Yurakucho Station on the JR Yamanote Line, and is also accessible by subway and on foot from Tokyo Station. There are many washrooms in the hall, so we didn’t have to wait in long lines to use them.


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