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The imposing Austrian-made organ at the world-class concert venue Suntory Hall has been described as a ‘jewel box of sound’ by Austrian conductor Herbert von Karajan. The acoustics are, of course, superb, and you can experience them for yourself at the free Organ Promenade Concert that’s been a fixture since 1991. Once a month, on a Thursday lunchtime for half an hour, you can be immersed in the tones of one of the world’s biggest organs, which features a total of 5,898 pipes. Check the website for the programme.
1-13-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Roppongi-Itchome station (Nanboku line), exit 3.|