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Gunma Music Center

Gunma Music Center

The Gunma Music Center, which has been a shining cultural symbol of Takasaki City since its completion in 1961, was designed by Antonin Raymond, a master architect who greatly influenced modern architecture in Japan. The 1,932-seat hall is used not only as a concert hall, but also as a venue for performances of traditional Japanese arts such as Kabuki and Noh, as well as operas and ballets by theater companies from around the world. The 1932-seat hall is used not only as a concert hall, but also for performances of traditional Japanese arts such as Kabuki and Noh, as well as opera and ballet by theater companies from around the world.

Address28-2 Takamatsucho, Takasaki-shi, Gunma-ken
WEBhttp://www.takasaki-foundation.or.jp/center/
Genre*1This hall is suitable for brass bands, Japanese drums, lectures, etc.
Acces*210 minutes walk from Takasaki(JU68) station west exit
Capacity1932
The program, performance time and fee may vary depending on each event, so please check the website or contact the facility directly.*1 Blank fields vary by event. *2 The times shown are approximate.

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