National Film Archive of Japan

It is the only one national film facility in Japan and the largest film archive nationwide.
It is established in 2018 after the opening of the National Museum of Modern Art Film Project in 1952, and the opening of the National Museum of Modern Art Tokyo Film Center in 1970. We are engaged in preservation, research and disclosure activities as a base to save movie and movie culture and transfer it to the future.
At Nagase Memorial Hall OZU and small hall, we hold special screenings according to themes such as director, actor, original country, genre and era. In the exhibition room, movie related materials from posters and photos to movie equipments and things left by movie related people are displayed. In the permanent exhibition, the history of Japanese films is introduced with valuable collection materials, and in the project exhibition, film culture is disseminated from various perspectives, and such as related talk events are held. In the library, you can read movie books, movie festivals in Japan and overseas, and major movie magazines.

Address
3-7-6 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0031
Contact Information


http://www.nfaj.go.jp/english/
Access
1 minute walk toward Showa Street from exit 1 or 2 of Kyobashi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
1 minute walk toward Chuo Street from Takara-cho Station (Exit A4) on the Metropolitan Subaway Asakusa Line
5 minutes' walk from Ginza 1-chome Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line (Exit 7)
Get off at JR Tokyo Station. It is 10 minutes' walk from Yaesu South Exit
* There is neither parking lot nor bicycle parking lot. Please use the public transportation.

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