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Aichi-ken Kinrō Kaikan(愛知県勤労会館?, also known as Tsurumai Plaza) was a community centre, exhibition centre and concert venue located in Shōwa-ku, Nagoya, Japan. Kinrō Kaikan can be translated as "workers' hall".
Building was completed in June 1970. It included a large hall and a small hall, and eight conference rooms. The auditorium of the large hall was called Tsurumai Hall (鶴舞ホール?), and was used for events such as concerts and presentations. The building was also used for employment-related consultations, and provided labour-related books and resources. There was also a labour reading room. In 2008, the halls' utilization rate was 88.4%.