Tokyo Anime Center in DNP PLAZA SHIBUYA

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Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Anime Center in DNP PLAZA SHIBUYA

This is a facility which, from April 16, 2021, has been jointly operated by the Association of Japanese Animation and Dai Nippon Printing Co.,Ltd. (DNP) at Shibuya MODI in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, for the purpose of further developing Japanese anime.

In the “Special Exhibition Area”, popular anime, manga, games and culturally valuable works are exhibited with digital expressions unique to DNP, and a combination of real and virtual (VR/AR) to create new content experience value.

The “Store Area” sells goods linked to the exhibition and DNP original goods such as high-definition reproduction. In the “pop-up store area”, the characters on sale are replaced about every 3 weeks. Goods sold over-the-counter can also be purchased on the EC site “FUN’S PROJECT MALL” operated by DNP (*some goods may be limited to over-the-counter sales).

Many anime fans visit and love it as a base that widely disseminates Japanese anime culture.

Address2nd floor, SHIBUYA MODI
1-21-3 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Opening hours11:00~20:00
*Opening hours may vary depending on the project.
ClosedYear-end / New Year holiday,facility inspection days,exhibition replacement days.
*in addition to the above holidays, we may be closed due to administrative reasons or we may stop managing specific space.
Admission feeThe admission fees vary, depending on the exhibition.
Refer to the official website for more information.
Official Sitehttps://tokyoanimecenter.jp
Official Social Media AccountsTwitter

Sightseeing Spot in This Area

At the place where Seibu Department Store, Tokyu Department Store, Shibuya109, and a large variety of stores gather: the popular streets of the young people — Shibuya. A landmark on these streets is the nationally-famous Hachiko statue (as pictured) in the plaza outside the “Hachiko Exit” of JR Shibuya Station, a well-known meeting spot often used by locals. This area is the embodiment of Japan’s bustling metropolis, and is definitely worth a visit when in Tokyo.