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Tokyo Bunka Kaikan

+81(0)3-3828-2111
1 minute walk from Park exit of JR Ueno Station
(Keihin Tohoku line, Joban/Narita line, Joban line, Takasaki line, Tohoku line and Yamanote line)
Known for its “miraculous” acoustics, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan opened in 1961 to mark the 500th anniversary of Tokyo becoming the capital of Japan. World-renowned artists perform operas, ballets, and classical music concerts here year after year.
Main Hall: 2,303 seats
Recital Hall: 649 seats
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan

©Satoshi Aoyagi

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan

©Satoshi Aoyagi

Sogakudo Concert Hall, Tokyo University of the Arts

10 minutes walk from Park exit of JR Ueno Station
(Keihin Tohoku line, Joban/Narita line, Joban line, Takasaki line, Tohoku line and Yamanote line)
10 minutes walk from Tokyo Metro Nezu Station (Chiyoda line)
In 1998, Sogakudo Concert Hall was newly built in place where Sogakudo of the Former Tokyo Music School was once there. It has flexible acoustic space to various kinds of music and the organ of Garnier, France. Many artists including from the University perform operas, Japanese traditional music and classical music concerts here.
1100 seats
Sogakudo Concert Hall, Tokyo University of the Arts

Sogakudo Concert Hall, Tokyo University of the Arts

Ishibashi Memorial Hall, Ueno Gakuen

8 minutes walk from Iriya exit of JR Ueno Station
(Keihin Tohoku line, Joban/Narita line, Joban line, Takasaki line, Tohoku line and Yamanote line)
Ishibashi Memorial Hall was built in 1974 as an auditorium of Ueno Gakuen, which was completely renovated in 2010. With the original acoustics and added balconies, it was reborn as a medium-sized hall with 508 seats.
508 seats
Ishibashi Memorial Hall

©Michiharu Okubo

Ishibashi Memorial Hall

©Hiroaki Tanaka

National Museum of Nature and Science

+81(0)3-5777-8600
5 minutes walk from Park exit of JR Ueno Station
(Keihin Tohoku line, Joban/Narita line, Joban line, Takasaki line, Tohoku line and Yamanote line)
Founded in 1877, the National Museum of Nature and Science is one of the oldest museums in Japan. It is a central institute for research in natural history and history of science and technology. The Global Gallery was partially renovated in July of 2015. The Japan Gallery was designated as an important cultural property in 2008.
Japan Gallery, Auditorium: 160 seats
National Museum of Nature and Science

©Satoshi Aoyagi

National Museum of Nature and Science

©Satoshi Aoyagi

Tokyo National Museum

+81(0)3-5777-8600
10 minutes walk from Park exit of JR Ueno Station
(Keihin Tohoku line, Joban/Narita line, Joban line, Takasaki line, Tohoku line and Yamanote line)
Founded in 1872, the Tokyo National Museum collects, houses, and displays the most comprehensive collection of artworks and antiquities from Japan as well as other Asian countries, while also conducting research and providing educational programs. The museum houses over 110,000 items of cultural properties and consists of six galleries: Honkan, Toyokan, Heiseikan, the Gallery of Horyuji Treasures, Hyokeikan, and Kuroda Memorial Hall.
Heiseikan, Lounge: 250 seats
The Gallery of Horyuji Treasures, Entrance Hall: 120 seats
Tokyo National Museum

©Michiharu Okubo

Tokyo National Museum

©Satoshi Aoyagi

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

+81(0)3-3823-6921
7 minutes walk from Park exit of JR Ueno Station
(Keihin Tohoku line, Joban/Narita line, Joban line, Takasaki line, Tohoku line and Yamanote line) 10 minutes walk from No.7 exit of Tokyo Metro Ueno Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza line or Hibiya line) 10 minutes walk from Keisei Ueno Station (Keisei line)
Since its establishment in 1926, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum has been a shrine of fine arts, hosting various exhibitions of masterpieces by past and present masters and trendsetting foreign arts. The museum aspires to be a “doorway to art” and strives to become “a haven for enrichment of the heart”.
Auditorium: 225 seats
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

©Tomoko Hidaki

The National Museum of Western Art

+81(0)3-5777-8600
1 minute walk from Park exit of JR Ueno Station
(Keihin Tohoku line, Joban/Narita line, Joban line, Takasaki line, Tohoku line and Yamanote line)
The National Museum of Western Art was designed by Le Corbusier and opened in 1959 as a symbol of friendship between Japan and France. It was designated as an important cultural property in 2007.
Auditorium: 130 seats
The National Museum of Western Art

©The National Museum of Western Art

The Ueno Royal Museum

3 minutes walk from Park exit of JR Ueno Station
(Keihin Tohoku line, Joban/Narita line, Joban line, Takasaki line, Tohoku line and Yamanote line)
Ueno Royal Museum, formerly the Japan Art Association Museum, is a privately owned museum in Ueno Park, opened in 1972. Since its establishment, the museum has held countless unique events such as Vision of Contemporary Art (VOCA).
Exhibition Room: 120 seats
The Ueno Royal Museum

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