NHK Studio Park

Attraction 〒150-0041 Tōkyō-to, Shibuya-ku, Jinnan, 2 Chome NHK放送センター, Japan Published on: 13-11-2015

2 hours
10:00 AM - 06:00 PM
03:00 PM
05:00 PM
First-time visit
Theme Park
Must see
1.60 USD

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NHK Studio Park is a part of the NHK Broadcasting Center that is open to the public. It gives visitors a chance to look behind the scenes of NHK broadcasting.

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Why NHK Studio Park is special ?

NHK Studio Park is a part of the NHK Broadcasting Center that is open to the public. For a small entrance fee, it gives visitors a chance to look behind the scenes of NHK broadcasting.

The NHK Studio Park is a hands-on broadcasting theme park. It will become much more fun to watch your favorite programs, and you can discover the new and exciting dimensions of NHK. It is a true adventure spot you can experience the world of broadcasting.

The major broadcasting stations in Japan offer tours that include a visit to a live broadcasting studio, scenes from the recording studio, and the broadcasting production site. Photographing sessions or events with characters from various programs are held occasionally, so you can easily enjoy a whole day there.

What to explore at NHK Studio Park?

At NHK Studio Park, visitors can observe how television programs, such as the historical Taiga Drama and popular morning dramas, are being recorded. On weekdays from 1:27 pm, visitors can watch the nationwide live broadcast of the talk program "Studio Park kara konnichiwa" from behind the scenes.

Furthermore, visitors can participate in hands-on experiences in voice dubbing and program creation, including the production of a news program (same-day reservations required). There are also a 3D theater, an archive of popular television programs of the past, and information about NHK, its history and current popular programs. Finally, there is a shop where NHK related goods can be purchased.


How to get to NHK Studio Park?

12 min. walk from JR Line & other lines “Shibuya” Station Hachiko Exit; 12 min. walk from JR Yamanote Line “Harajuku” Station Omotesando Exit; Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line & Fukutoshin Line “Meiji-Jingumae (Harajuku)” Station Exit No.2

Selling points

  • Good for kids
  • Nice place to know about the history of the Channel and Japan
  • Great place for family day out
  • Perfect experience
  • Great place for Japanese TV fan
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〒150-0041 Tōkyō-to, Shibuya-ku, Jinnan, 2 Chome NHK放送センター, Japan

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Tips for you

  • You should bring your camera to caught the spectacular moments.
  • Smoking is prohibited.
  • English pamphlets are available, it can help you understand a little about this park.
  • This park is closed on forth Monday of every month, if the forth Monday is a holiday, the facility will close on the Forth Tuesday.
  • Last admission is about 30 mins before closing time.
  • To learn about the daily events, you should check at the General Information Desk near the entrance or visit the official website.
  • Parking is available.
  • Advance booking is not necessary. Reservation required for groups of 20 or more persons.
  • Students ( Kindergarten - High School), children under 18 and senior (65+) is free.
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We are fans of Japanese TV (my wife having grown up in Japan) and the NHK Studio is a fun place to walk through. A few shows are actually taped there, and there are some good activities for kids, and a fake "new desk" where you can sit and the attendants take your picture. Of course there's a lot of information about recent "asa dora" (aka morning drama), such as Mare, Amachan, and Massan. It was fun, and worth a visit. If you know nothing about Japanese TV (past or current) it probably won't be for you.

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