Grand Cube Osaka

Osaka International Convention Center
Address 5-3-51, Nakanoshima,
Location Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Coordinates 34°41′22″N 135°29′10″E / 34.6894°N 135.486°E / 34.6894; 135.486Coordinates: 34°41′22″N 135°29′10″E / 34.6894°N 135.486°E / 34.6894; 135.486
Owner Osaka Prefecture
Operator Osaka International Convention Center Corporation
Built 17 December 1996 - December 24, 1999
Inaugurated December 24, 1999
Opened April 1, 2000
Construction cost
¥70 billion (¥68.2 billion in 2013 yen[1])
Classroom-style seating
Banquet/ballroom 440
Theatre seating
Enclosed space
  Total space 6,078 m2 (65,420 sq ft) Ex. the Main Hall
  Exhibit hall floor 2,600 m2 (28,000 sq ft)
  Breakout/meeting 6,078 m2 (65,420 sq ft) Ex. the Main Hall
  Ballroom 2,600 m2 (28,000 sq ft)
Parking 304 units (underground area)
Public transit access Nakanoshima Station

Osaka International Convention Center (大阪府立国際会議場 Ōsaka Furitsu Kokusai Kaigijō), also known as Grand Cube Osaka (グランキューブ大阪 Guran kyūbu Ōsaka), is a convention center in the city of Osaka, Osaka, Japan.

Located adjacent to the convention center is underground Nakanoshima Station served by Keihan Electric Railway Nakanoshima Line as the terminus.

Past events

External links

  1. Japanese Historical Consumer Price Index numbers based on data available from the Japanese Statistics Bureau. Japan Historical Consumer Price Index (CPI) - 1970 to 2014 Retrieved 30 July 2014. For between 1946 and 1970, from "昭和戦後史". Retrieved 2015-01-24.
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