The National Art Center, Tokyo (NACT), situated in Roppongi Hills, is considered as the museum having the largest exhibition space as vast as 14,000 sq.m. It only holds temporary exhibitions, and supplements space for Ueno Museum's major exhibitions.
The building of the museum is also undoubtedly a great piece of architecture, one of the last works of Kurokawa Kisho, one of the forefront of Japan's architectural renaissance.
Within the museum, there are three cafes, shops, conference areas, and an art library. The museum also holds the Paul Bocuse brassiere on the topmost portion of the building.
The museum can be easily accessed via Nogizaka Station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line). Exit 6 is directly connected to the museum.
The museum is open 10:00 to 18:00 (admission is until 17:30), and closed on Tuesdays. Fees varies depending on the exhibit.
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