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Enjoy art at Tennoz
Tennoz Isle is often described as a “City of Art” The Art Hall at Tennoz Central Tower is the very emblem of this activity.
Here you can enjoy the arts year-round on Tennoz Isle. The Art Hall has a ceiling 5.5m high, and you will find exhibits of work by art students, famous artists, and more, with a variety of content throughout the year. There are also art festivals held here (incidentally, they have held 140 art-related events to date!) The large windows look out on the rich natural environs, a rare privilege for a Japanese museum. You can see the changing faces of art throughout the seasons.
Anyone can freely engage and interact with the art, letting it stimulate their creativity, intellect, and imagination. Further, given the flexibility afforded by the space, it is also used as a gallery for the latest work of talented artists.
After enjoying the beautiful scenery and cool breeze of the island, then savoring a delicious meal along the waterfront, head to the Art Hall at Tennoz Central Tower and let the art inspire you.

Tennoz Central Tower Art Hall
2-2-24 Higashi-shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, 140-0002
Tennoz Central Tower, 1st Floor
Phone Number:03-5462-8811(+08-3-5462-8811)
Hours: 8:30 AM--8:00 PM (closed on Sat, Sun, and holidays)
Fee: Entrance Free

- Direct access from skywalk from the center gate of Tennozu Isle Station on the Tokyo Monorail
-Direct access from skywalk from Exit B of Tennozu Isle Station on the Rinkai Line

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Bond Street is about 200m and links Fureai Bridge and Wangan Dori. The name comes from the idea of a “bonded area,” referring to the way the area once served as a warehouse district holding imported goods being checked for tax duties. Today, this zone is home to numerous shops and restaurants that make use of the spacious warehouses, renovating them into chic spaces. By the way, you can walk along the path from Fureai Bridge and past the Takahama Canal to reach Shinagawa Station in just 15 min.
The Cruise Club Tokyo was launched by NYK Line in 1990 as part of a new business for passenger cruises. The shipboard clubhouse in Tokyo Bay also includes a restaurant. It had its grand opening on May 8, 1990 and moved to the first floor of Tennoz Sea Fort Square in October 2011.
Official web site:http://cctokyo.co.jp/
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The Galaxy Theatre is a three-tiered, horseshoe-shaped theater located within Sea Fort Square and looking out onto Tokyo Bay. It has 746 seats, with box seats on the second and third tiers. The stage and seats are just 20m apart, making for an up-close performance. You can hear the voices of the actors and see their movements in great detail all before your eyes. It is as though you are a part of the experience itself, with the lines between the performers and audience blurred. This makes for a dynamic performance that will leave you with a lasting impression long after you go home. They host performing arts events of all sorts year-round, from musicals and live music to dance and other shows. There is always something new to see and hear.
The first-floor lobby contains the Stra de Rouge, a cafe and bar. They offer seasonal cocktails and original drinks developed in collaboration with the work being performed, among other items. After the show, another great idea would be to take your family or date out for a meal at one of the nearby restaurants in the Tennoz area.

The Galaxy Theatre
Sea Fort Square, 2nd Floor, 2-3-16, Higashi-shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, 140-0002
Phone Number:03-5769-0011(+08-3-5769-0011)

Linked directly to Tennoz Isle Station on the Tokyo Monorail
1 min. Walk to the right of the central gates on the Tokyo Monorail, or 5 min. Walk from Exit A of Tennoz Isle Station on the Rinkai Line.

Official web site:http://www.gingeki.jp/
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