• FUJIFILM PHOTO SALON

    FUJIFILM PHOTO SALON

    Offers weekly exhibitions of magnificent photos featuring a variety of themes.

  • PHOTO HISTORY MUSEUM

    PHOTO HISTORY MUSEUM

    Showcases rare antique cameras and Fujifilm's past cameras, offering visitors an opportunity to learn about the evolution of photography and cameras.

  • TOUCH FUJIFILM

    TOUCH FUJIFILM

    Lets you enjoy the hands-on experience of Fujifilm's digital cameras and other latest products.


7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052, Japan
TEL:(81)-3-6271-3350   Telephone inquiries available from 10:00—18:00

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FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo Exhibition
MJ — Michael Jackson on Stage
Date : July 10, 2020 — July 30, 2020
FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum Exhibition
Japan's First Wild Bird Photographer:
100 Years Ago Kenji Shimomura Captured an Image of a Kingfisher

Date : July 1, 2020 — September 30, 2020

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Notification of the reopening of FUJIFILM SQUARE from June 9, 2020

To contain the spread of novel coronavirus infections, FUJIFILM SQUARE has been closed from February 28 to June 8. We are pleased to inform you that we will be reopening on June 9.

6/23 Photo FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo Exhibition   MJ — Michael Jackson on Stage
We are pleased to announce the photo exhibition ‘MJ — Michael Jackson on Stage’, which will be held at FUJIFILM SQUARE from July 10 — 30, 2020.
6/8 Photo FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum Exhibition
Japan's First Wild Bird Photographer:
100 Years Ago Kenji Shimomura Captured an Image of a Kingfisher

The FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum is pleased to present an exhibition of works by Kenji Shimomura, Japan's first wild bird photographer. The exhibition will run from July 1 to September 30, 2020.

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The FUJIFILM SQUARE showroom is located in the Tokyo Midtown complex in the Roppongi district of Tokyo. The showroom features the Photo History Museum where visitors can learn more about the history of cameras and photographs, as well as a retail outlet with a wide range of skincare and supplement products.

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