IINO HALL is a 500-seat proscenium-style hall that can handle a variety of cultural entertainment such as rakugo performances, traditional japanese and classical music concerts and movie screenings as well as lectures and ceremonies.
Audiences can enjoy the event in comfort, from a spacious, single sloping floor of seating.
Guests can savor leisurely moments before a performance or during intermission, while enjoying drinks and snacks in the serene Hall Lobby or the expansive Hall Foyer, with its excellent views.
With a dedicated room for simultaneous interpreters, IINO HALL also caters to international events. It also features high-quality video and audio links with each room in IINO CONFERENCE CENTER.
There are also six dressing rooms, including a deluxe room, Japanese-style room and organizer's room.
Specialist staff for the stage, sound, lighting and video will provide high-quality proposals and operational support.
As a transmission point for culture and the arts, inheriting the traditions of the former IINO HALL while reaching out to the next generation with new traditions, IINO HALL presents impressions that transcend the everyday.
Artworks Masanari Murai (1905-1999)
Two mural artworks decorated the entrance and foyer of the former IINO HALL (1960-2008).
A marble relief stood in the entranceway, and a wood mural stood in the foyer. The marble relief was 7 meters high and 20 meters wide, while the wood mural extended in an L-shape, 7 meters high and 15 meters wide at the maximum, from the foyer wall to the wall of the staircase above. Most of the marble relief, and the portion of the wood mural on the foyer wall, were taken down, reinstalled to the new IINO HALL. The portion of the wood mural on the staircase wall was donated to the Masanari Murai Memorial Museum of Art, where it is displayed.
“<<Ten to chi no yorokobi>> Marble Relief for IINO HALL”
“Wood Mural for IINO HALL”
1960 Originally installed in the former IINO HALL
2011 Reinstalled to the current IINO HALL
Relocation supervisor: Masanari Murai Memorial Museum of Art and Yoshiya Hashimoto (Setagaya Art Museum）
The Roof Gallery offers excellent views stretching from Hibiya Park to the Imperial Palace. Featuring works by renowned artists in the front garden, it creates a rich flow of time and space.
Positioned on a luxurious, private floor, the Roof Gallery provides a secure venue for entertaining VIPs. A bar corner is also provided within the Roof Gallery.
As a rule, access to the Roof Gallery is available only to users of IINO HALL, for periods of two hours or more during hall use.