Waseda Scott Hall Gallery

Waseda Scott Hall Gallery

Scott Hall is a red brick building completed in 1922 by Naito Tachu and Imai Kanetsugu based on a design by William Merrell Vories, who were involved in many modern Japanese Western architecture projects, and was selected as a Tokyo Metropolitan Historical Building in 1999.
The Scott Hall Gallery, located on the south side of the building, is a rare red-brick building from the Taisho era, and the walls of the building are made of bricks from that time, creating a profound atmosphere.

Address2-3-1 Nishiwaseda, Shinjyuku-ku, Tokyo
Business Hour*112:00 to 19:00 10:00 to 19:00(Sun.Holidays until18:00)
Access*45 minutes walk from exit 2 at Waseda(T04) Station
Handling Artists 
*1 The last day of an exhibition or event may end early. *2 there are temporary closures. *3 Contemporary art includes sculptures, installations, mixed media works and objects *4 The times shown are approximate.【ATTENTION】Admission to the gallery is free, but there may be a charge for certain events.


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