A hub for international exchange through films which rescues and preserves movie films as cultural assets and historical data.
Tokyo Kokuritsu Kindai Bijutsukan (The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo) Film Center was inaugurated in 1952 as the film division of the National Modern Art Museum, and opened to the public in 1970. The center collects and preserves film data and information on both Japanese and overseas films, and is also engaged in the restoration of damaged films. The center holds scheduled screenings on various themes, and its library, housing a collection of movie-related literature, is open to the public. Film information is also displayed in the exhibition room.
- 3-7-6 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
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- 500 yen (regular fee)
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