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The Tokyo International Forum (東京国際フォーラム, Tōkyō Kokusai Fōramu) is a multi-purpose exhibition center in Tokyo, Japan. The complex is generally considered to be in the Yurakucho business district due to its adjacency to the Yurakucho Station. However, it is administratively in the Marunouchi district.

Tokyo International Forum
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Exterior of Tokyo International Forum
LocationChiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates35°40′36.93″N 139°45′51.12″E / 35.6769250°N 139.7642000°E / 35.6769250; 139.7642000Coordinates: 35°40′36.93″N 139°45′51.12″E / 35.6769250°N 139.7642000°E / 35.6769250; 139.7642000
OperatorTokyo International Forum, Co., LTD
Theatre seating
5,012 (Hall A), 1,500 (Hall C)
Enclosed space
 • Total space5,000m² (Exhibition hall)
 • BallroomYes
Public transit accessJR East:
JY Yamanote Line and JK Keihin-Tōhoku Line at Yūrakuchō
Interior of Tokyo International Forum

Tokyo International Forum was built on the site of the Tokyo City Hall, before it was moved to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building in Nishi-Shinjuku.


One of its halls seats 5,000. In addition to seven other halls, it includes exhibition space, a lobby, restaurants, shops, and other facilities.

Designed by architect Rafael Viñoly and completed in 1996, it features swooping curves of steel truss and glass; the outside is shaped like an elongated boat.

Standing between Tokyo Station and Yūrakuchō Station, its address is in Marunouchi, Chiyoda, on the site formerly occupied by Tokyo City Hall (before it moved to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building in 1991).

On the first floor, facing in the direction of Edo Castle (now the Imperial Palace), is a bronze sculpture of Ōta Dōkan.[1]

Selected eventsEdit


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  2. ^ "What is La Folle Journée?". Retrieved 2014-08-19.
  3. ^ "BoA Live Tour 2008 -The Face- - generasia". Retrieved 2016-05-20.
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  5. ^ "2012 TOKYO ANNUAL MEETINGS of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group (Host Government Website)". Retrieved 2014-02-12.
  6. ^ "Tokyo 2014: Annual Conference of the International Bar Association". Retrieved 2014-08-19.
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  8. ^ "Upcoming Dates". Retrieved December 4, 2015.
  9. ^ "Park Bo-gum's First Japan Fan Meeting Attended By 5,000 Fans". XSports News.
  10. ^ "Venue Plan". Tokyo 2020 Bid Committee. Archived from the original on 27 July 2013. Retrieved 11 September 2013.

External linksEdit

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