Grand Cube Osaka

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Osaka International Convention Center
OICC Osaka International Conference Centre 20080712.jpg
Address 5-3-51, Nakanoshima,
Location Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Coordinates 34°41′22″N 135°29′10″E / 34.6894°N 135.486°E / 34.6894; 135.486Coordinates: 34°41′22″N 135°29′10″E / 34.6894°N 135.486°E / 34.6894; 135.486
Owner Osaka Prefecture
Operator Osaka International Convention Center Corporation
Built 17 December 1996 - December 24, 1999
Inaugurated December 24, 1999
Opened April 1, 2000
Construction cost
¥70 billion (¥68.2 billion in 2013 yen[1])
Classroom-style seating
24-630
Banquet/ballroom 440
Theatre seating
40-2754
Enclosed space
 • Total space 6,078 m2 (65,420 sq ft) Ex. the Main Hall
 • Exhibit hall floor 2,600 m2 (28,000 sq ft)
 • Breakout/meeting 6,078 m2 (65,420 sq ft) Ex. the Main Hall
 • Ballroom 2,600 m2 (28,000 sq ft)
Parking 304 units (underground area)
Public transit access Nakanoshima Station
Website
www.gco.co.jp/en/

Osaka International Convention Center (大阪府立国際会議場, Ōsaka Furitsu Kokusai Kaigijō), also known as Grand Cube Osaka (グランキューブ大阪, Guran kyūbu Ōsaka), is a convention center in the city of Osaka, Osaka, Japan.

Located adjacent to the convention center is underground Nakanoshima Station served by Keihan Electric Railway Nakanoshima Line as the terminus.

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