3331 Arts Chiyoda
An art center open to all where you can enjoy exhibitions, workshops, and a variety of other events.
3331 Arts Chiyoda opened in 2010 in the renovated Rensei Junior High School building in Chiyoda Ward. The name 3331 expresses the rhythm of the Edo-Ipponjime handclap, a Japanese traditional custom used to express gratitude in happy occasions. In the building with three stories aboveground and one below, there are art galleries, offices, and cafés where a variety of cultural activities such as exhibitions, workshops and lectures are held. The center is available for use by anyone with an abundance of space that is rented out for free. In addition to the events in the main gallery, there are exhibitions in each space. There is also a shop on the first floor where you can buy original t-shirts and goods created by designers. It is located a 1-minute walk away from the no. 4 exit of Suehiromachi Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.