It is a convention and art center built to disseminate comprehensive cultural information.
It holds eight large and small halls and 34 conference rooms to facilitate the dissemination of comprehensive cultural information. In the halls and conference rooms that are arranged to have individual characteristics, a wide variety of genres of events, such as international conferences, ceremonies, academic conferences, exhibitions, concerts, musical shows, and fashion shows, are held throughout the year. It contributes to disseminating multi-faceted cultural information. The building, as architecture, is also highly valued. The most notable symbol of the complex, the ship-shaped Glass Hall presents a truly massive space at 207 meters long, 57.5 meters tall, and 32 meters wide at its widest. For the walls only, about 2,600 pieces of glass were used. It is a popular facility, even if you do not participate in any event held there because you can enjoy seeing the unique exterior of the building. It is a one-minute walk from the JR Yurakucho Station and a five-minute walk from the JR Tokyo Station (it is connected with the Keiyo Line Tokyo Station via the B1F underground concourse).