The National Art Center Tokyo designed by an architect Kisho Kurokawa was opened in 2007. This museum has the largest total floor area in Japan and is famous for its unique presentation style without collections. For its purpose to introduce a variety of artistic expressions and to suggest new perspectives, it gives opportunities of presentation to domestic artist associations, holds self-produced exhibitions focusing on both domestic and international new arts, and hosts exhibitions with newspaper companies. Moreover, it stores exhaustive catalogs of domestic exhibitions in the postwar era that you can read for free. The museum is directly connected to Nogizaka subway station and is about 5 minutes walk from Roppongi station by Oedo subway line or Hibiya subway line.
Data source:Let's Enjoy Tokyo