Japan's First Concert Hall
Sogakudo concert hall was built in 1890 as a school building for Tokyo Music School, which is now the Music Department of Tokyo University of the Arts. The hall made a significant contribution to the development of modern music in Japan. In 1987, the deteriorating building was rebuilt at the present location by Taito City and was designated as an Important Cultural Property by the Japanese government in 1988. Sogakudo is still used as a concert hall and the gallery on the first floor exhibits collections of music documentation.
Sogakudo closed for maintenance from April 2013. Please continue to visit this website for updated information regarding the projected reopening date.
Primary/Junior/Senior High School Students ¥100（¥50*）
*Special group rate of 20 people or more
Free admission for person presenting disability certificate and his/her caregiver
|Hours||9:30am－4:30pm on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday
（When not reserved, open on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday）
(Open on holiday Mondays and closed on the following Tuesday）
December 29－January 3, and on some days for administrative purposes
|Address||8-43, Ueno-koen(Ueno Park), Taito-ku, Tokyo
|Access||10 minutes walk from Ueno Station（Park-side Exit）
<JR Lines/Tokyo Metro Ginza and Hibiya Lines/Keisei Line>