Nara Centennial Hall

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Nara Centennial Hall
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General information
Address 7-1 Sanjōmiyamae
Town or city Nara
Country Japan
Coordinates 34°40′49″N 135°48′59″E / 34.68028°N 135.81639°E / 34.68028; 135.81639Coordinates: 34°40′49″N 135°48′59″E / 34.68028°N 135.81639°E / 34.68028; 135.81639
Opened February 1999
Cost ¥ 16,000 million (approx.)
Owner Nara City
Technical details
Floor area 22,682 m2
Design and construction
Architect Arata Isozaki
Other designers Nagata Acoustics
Hompepage (Jp)

Nara Centennial Hall (なら100年会館?, Nara Hyakunen Kaikan) is a multi-use complex in Nara, Japan. It opened in 1999 as part of the centennial celebrations of the municipality of Nara. There is a large hall that seats up to 1720, a smaller concert hall with a capacity of 446, and a gallery. Arata Isozaki was the architect, with acoustical design by Nagata Acoustics.[1][2]

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