National Film Center (NFC) has got independent from the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, and has become National Film Archive of Japan (NFAJ) since April 1, 2018. This is an archive page of former NFC.
See NFAJ website for the latest information.

General Information

General Information


Closed* : Mon.

 

Cinema 1 & 2

Screening (Cinema1)

Two or three screenings per day each program. See program fliers, or visit our website.

 

Day Ticket

¥520;
¥310 for high school and university students and seniors over 64;
¥100 for elementary and junior high school students;
Persons with disability and one person accompanying each of them are admitted free of charge.

* No entry after the screening has begun.
* Each ticket is valid only for the designated screening on the designated day.
* Different fees may be charged during special programs.
* For details on advance ticket, see program fliers or visit our website.

 

Gallery

Hours

11:00 AM – 6:30 PM (admission until 6:00 PM)

 

Admission (group of 20 persons or more)

¥250(¥200);
¥130(¥60) for university students;
free for seniors over 64, high school students and under 18;
Persons with disability and one person accompanying each of them are admitted free of charge.

 

Library

Hours

12:30 PM – 6:30 PM (admission until 6:00 PM)

 

Closed

Sun., Mon., national holidays, and the days when NFC is closed.

 

Directions

One-minute walk from exit 1, Kyobashi station(G10), Subway Ginza Line
One-minute walk from exit A4, Takaracho station(A12), Subway Asakusa Line
Five-minute walk from exit 7, Ginza-Itchome station(Y19), Subway Yurakucho Line
Ten-minute walk from Yaesu south exit, Tokyo station, JR Line

 

Address

3-7-6 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
104-0031

 

 

We may also close occasionally for changing of exhibits and other maintenance activities.
Schedules, titles and contents of the exhibitions may be changed without notice.

 

 

Former National Film Center