National Film Center

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What is the National Film Center?

The National Film Center opened in 1970 as an annex of The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, and exhibits film documentation, holds scheduled movie screenings, and offers film literature to the public. It is the only national film institution in Japan, and was established as the film department of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo in 1952. However, it should be noted that it is not very close to the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo and it takes around 15 minutes to get there by subway.

Opening hours and entry fee

Opening hours are from 11:00 AM to 6:30 PM, with the last entry time being at 6:00 PM. Entry fees are 210 yen for adults, and 70 yen for university students and seniors over 65 years old. Entry is free for guests under 18 or high school age. The fees vary in price depending upon the contents of the film screening, so please check the website in advance.

Access

One-minute walk from “Kyobashi Station” on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.




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Description: National Film Center

Sights National Film Center (東京国立近代美術館フィルムセンター)
Rating  
Address 3-7-6 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
東京都中央区京橋3-7-6
Phone / Fax Phone: 0357778600
Website
Duration 1Hour(s)
Closed dates Monday Irregular closed dates


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