The National Art Center, opened in 2007 and designed by famous architect Kisho Kurokawa, possesses the largest exhibition space in Japan and is used for a variety of exhibitions and events. Brasserie Paul Bocuse Le Musée is situated on the third floor of the museum and is a charming location to enjoy exquisite French food as created by chef Paul Bocuse. Looking down from the third floor to the first and second floors diners are reminded of the decks of a cruise liner by the reverse cone shape incorporated in the museum's structure. The glass curtain wall of the restaurant affords fine views to Aoyama Park and Tokyo Tower. The brasserie covers 280 sq. m, with seating for 182 guests in a uniquely open space.
- 3F, National Art Center, 7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
- Opening hours:
- Lunch: 11:00 - 16:00(Last orders)
Dinner: 16:00 - 21:00(Last orders 19:30),
(Fri. only)16:00 - 22:00(Last orders 20:30)
Closed on Tuesdays (Wednesday if Tuesday is a national holiday)
- Total Capacity:
- Entire Booking:
- Available (except Museum's opening hours) (Minimum guarantee required)
- Lunch:¥/ Dinner:¥
The ¥ marks in the Budget indicate the following price ranges.
¥: Less than ¥5,000
¥¥: ¥5,000 to ¥9,999
¥¥¥: ¥10,000 to ¥14,999
¥¥¥¥: ¥15,000 and over