Fuji Photo Salon Tokyo


The gallery was established in 1957 in Ginza as a launching base for photographic culture. It has proved highly popular, with an average of up to 1,000 visitors a day making it among the best attended in Japan. The gallery stages a wide variety of exhibitions, displaying the work of both professional and amateur photographers.

The gallery contains three independent exhibition spaces and shows are replaced weekly. It acts as a showcase for emerging talent as well as established veterans, and presents the best photography submitted to a range of both professional and amateur competitions. There is also a reception area for repair of cameras.

GINZA FIVE 2F, 5-1, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104
TEL 03-3571-9411 FAX 03-3289-0751

Nearby Station:
Subway: Ginza (Marunouchi Line); Yurakucho (JR line)


Opening Hours:
10:00-20:00 (10:00-14:00 on the last day of an exhibition)
Receipt of cameras for repair: 10:30-18:00

Closed on:
3rd Sundays and Mondays of February and August
In addition, receipt of products for repair is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays and during the summer vacation.

Floor Space:
344 square meters
Total Wall Surface Length: 47m (Space-1); 33m (Space-2); 8m (Space-3)

Number of Visitors:
550,000 per annum
Average per day 957 (Space-1), and 768 (Space-2) for the year of 1994

July 3, 1957 (Space-1)
November 7, 1980 (Space-2)
April 16, 1976 (Osaka)
October 1, 1974 (Fukuoka)
May 28, 1991 (Nagoya)

Exhibition of Publicly Invited Works:
Exhibition of Publicly Invited Works:
The screening committee judges applicants every three months and exhibitions are held approximately one year after the screening. The screening committee consists of Fujifilm staff.
Presenters bear the cost of panels, direct mail, and other expenses. and shall use Fujifilm products. No charge is made for the space, but the Salon receives a 10% commission on the sale of books and prints.

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