The National Archives of Modern Architecture, Agency for Cultural Affairs is an archives facility for architectural materials opened in 2013.
In aiming to prevent the deterioration, dissipation, and loss of materials (drawing, pictures, etc.) relating to our nation’s modern architecture, we conduct nation-wide surveys to identify the location holding such materials, coordinate with the various such as institutions and universities, collect and preserve any materials that are in need of immediate protection.
Additionally, we are striving to expand the general public’s understanding of modern architecture and its architectural materials through conducting exhibition and outreach activities.
To check exhibition information, please access to National Archives of Modern Architecture official website.
Enter via the main gate of the Yushima Local Common Government Offices (only on weekdays): Free
Enter via the Kyu-Iwasaki-tei Gardens: 400 yen
Chiyoda Subway Lines, 8 minutes walk from Yushima Station
10:00 - 16:30
Open everyday during exhibitions
* Excluding New Year holidays (Dec. 29 - Jan. 3 of the following year)
* The Archives does not have a permanent exhibition. Open only during exhibition.
For the current information on opening hours and closed dates, Please check the official website.
4-6-15, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
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