Dialogue in the dark, etc.
Dialogue Museum Taiwa no mori
It is a museum where you can experience diversity by connecting many things that divide generations, handicaps, cultures, religions, ethnic groups, and the world through encounters and dialogues. In addition to Dialogue in the Dark, which was born in 1988 by the German philosophy doctor Andreas Heinecke and is held in more than 41 countries around the world, Dialogue in Silence and Dialogue with Time are being developed.
BASIC INFORMATIONWe hold many corporate training and school training. (Time and contents are negotiable)
We have devised an online program and are developing it upon request.
It is also possible to charter with a general program.
The program we are implementing will change depending on the time of year.
(Dialog in the Dark, Dialog in Silence, Dialog with Time)
Opening hours 11: 00-21: 00 (Please refer to the website for holding hours)
Participation fee: Adults 3,850 yen, Junior high and high school graduate students 2,750 yen, Elementary school students 1,650 yen
- 1-10-45 Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo Theater Building 1F Atre Takeshiba
- About a 6-minute walk from the north exit of Hamamatsucho Station on the JR Yamanote Line and Keihin Tohoku Line
About a 7-minute walk from Exit B1 of Daimon Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line and Asakusa Line
About a 3-minute walk from Takeshiba Station on the Yurikamome Line