Dub Gallery Akihabara

The small area of Akihabara, with less than a radius of 500 m, gathers a variety of cultures, including home appliances, anime, cartoons, games, hobbies, and concept cafes. Akihabara attracts about 260,000 Japanese and 160,000 foreign tourists a day. Akihabara's universal value is accepting various values and cultures as well as having the flexibility to nurture them and the energy to create unique things from them. If we define the value of art as "to create new values and to increase the level of sensitivity," it is no exaggeration to say that the Akihabara area itself is a work of art. As a central base of the ART work, "Akihabara" is a place with the context of art and continues transmitting new values by blending with various cultures.





Disabled access

CollectionsKenichi Asano, Hen Nakao, Masayuki Kojo
Opens at 12:00 on Saturdays.
Closed on Sunday, Holidays
FeeVenue may charge entrance fee on a per-event basis.

Location: 216 Second East Building, 1-14 Kanda Sakuma-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0025


1 minute walk from the Showa-dori exit at Akihabara Station on the JR Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku and Sobu lines. 1 minute walk from exit 3 at Akihabara Station on the Hibiya line. 1 minute walk from exit A1 at Akihabara Station on the Tsukuba Express line.