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Take the path less traveled

The National Art Center, Tokyo is located in Roppongi, but is actually closer to the Nogizaka subway station than the larger Roppongi Station. Adding to the convenience of Nogizaka Station is an elevated, partially covered pathway that connects the station’s Exit 6 directly with the Center. This connection is particularly useful on rainy or extremely hot days, with the roof providing protection from the elements, and for those using a stroller or wheelchair.

From the Center’s main entrance, Nogizaka Station can be reached via a footpath that snakes downhill through spots of greenery beneath the building’s glass façade, ending at the NACT’s western gate. Even at a leisurely pace, the walk takes no more than 10 minutes.