The German Goethe-Institut Tokyo is in Tokyo's elegant and centrally located Akasaka district.
The Goethe Institute is in the imposing German Cultural Center building, occupying a corner property just a short walk from Aoyama-dori Avenue.
The Goethe-Institut Tokyo has extensive Japanese-language information on Germany, and even extensive German-language information on Japanese cities. The Institute sponsors seminars, covering all aspects of German life and culture. Music lovers can regularly find some talk, presentation, seminar or even performance of educational interest at the Goethe-Institut Tokyo, from Bach to the latest trends in electro.
The Goethe-Institut Tokyo also organizes student exchanges between Japan and Germany.
There is also a cafe on the ground floor, towards the rear of the building, with meals and a selection of breads and pastries.
The Goethe-Institut is most easily accessed from Exit 4 of Aoyama Itchome station on the Hanzomon and Oedo subway lines.
Goethe-Institut Tokyo, 7-5-56 Akasaka, Tokyo 107-0052
Tel. 03 3584 3201; Fax 03 3586 3069
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