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Welcome to Suntory Hall—a space for beautiful sound where musicians and music lovers gather together, feasting themselves on performing and listening to music.
Main HallBlue Rose (Small Hall)
Other FacilitiesHistory of Suntory Hall

Wellcome to SUNORY HALL

A space for beautiful sound where musicians and music lovers gather together, feasting thermselves on performing and listening to music.

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Suntory Hall Outline
Name
Suntory Hall
Opened on
Sunday, October 12, 1986
Address
Akasaka 1-13-1, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Architectural design
Shoichi Sano ( Yasui Architects & Engineers )
Shin Miyake ( Irie Miyake Architects & Engineers )
Acoustic design
Minoru Nagata (Nagata Acoustics)
Constructed by
Kajima Corporation
Building area
2,909 m2
Total area
12,027 m2
Floors
3 aboveground and 2 underground floors
Main Hall
Seating capacity
2,006 1st floor: 858
2nd floor: 1,148
Stage
250 m2;
width: 21 m, depth: 12 m
Dressing rooms
10 rooms, 270 m2
(6 private rooms and 4 large rooms)
Artists lounge
130 m2
Piano storage
70 m2
Blue Rose (small hall)
Seating capacity
384 or 432
(when standard concert seating is selected)
Stage
62.5 / 98 m2 (7 platforms)
Dressing rooms
4 rooms
(2 private rooms and 2 large rooms)
Other
Rehearsal room
1 room, 100 m2
Sound control room, lighting control room, stage mechanisms control room, recording room, camera room, cloakroom, gift shop, bar and refreshment lounge
House instruments
Concert organ (Main hall): Made by Rieger Orgelbau (Austria), 74 stops with remote consoles
Positive (continuo) organ: Made by Rieger Orgelbau (Austria)
Steinway D (full concert)
Bösendorfer Imperial (full concert)
Harpsichord: Made by William Dowd-Paris
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