Constructed in 1996 by the Anglo-Japanese architectural partnership of Kenneth Armstrong and Masayuki Yamanaka, this opalescent glass-fronted Japanese cultural centre screens films and puts on exhibitions and plays. It also contains a library, an authentic Japanese tea pavilion on the roof, where you can watch the tea ceremony, and a well-stocked book and gift shop.
|Venue name:||Maison de la Culture du Japon|
101 bis quai Branly
|Opening hours:||noon-7pm Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat; noon-8pm Thur. Closed Aug|