|Location||4-5-14 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya-city, Aichi 460-0008 JAPAN|
|Opened||March 29th, 2007|
|Architectural Design||Norihiko Dan & Associates|
|Acoustic Design||Karasawa Architectual & Acoustic Design|
|Capacity||310 seats (6 wheel chair seats)|
|Reverberation Time||2.00 sec ~ 2.60 sec (vacant seats)
1.80 sec ~ 2.34 sec (with full house)
|Seating Area||First floor 162.6 ㎡, Second floor 67.5 ㎡|
|Ceiling Height||15 m|
|Stage Area||Width 11.9 m
Depth 5.4 m
Height 0.4 m
Area 45.2 ㎡
|Stage flooring||Solid hinoki (Japanese cypress)|
|Foyer||Cloak, shop, bar|
We are located in the heart of Nagoya-city, only 3km (1.86mi) away from Nagoya station.
(5 min walk from Subway Sakae station, Exit 12.)
For guests taking the subway from Nagoya station
-Take the Nagoya subway Higashiyama Line (yellow) bound for Fujigaoka from platform 1, get off at the Sakae station. Take Exit 12, proceed in the direction of travel (straight toward East, you will pass Naka Ward Office on your right hand.) On the 2nd traffic signal (not counting alleys), turn right (you will see Starbucks coffee). Munetsugu Hall is the second building on your right hand side.
Same-day tickets are available on most of our concerts.
For Tickets Inquiry, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Story about our Founder,
Tokuji Munetsugu is a founder of Curry chain restaurants, Coco Ichibanya. The Company was founded in 1978 in Nagoya, has been the most famous Curry restaurant chain in Japan.
Munetsugu was born in Ishikawa, but he didn’t know his parents and he was in an orphan in Hyogo until he was three years old. After that, Munetsugu was adopted in Nagoya, however, Munetsugu’s poor life didn’t change because his stepfather didn’t have any steady jobs for a long time. Munetsugu and his stepfather got only a little money by collecting garbage and sold them as their means for living. Munetsugu began to live with his stepmother again after his stepfather died when he was 15 and Munetsugu’s hardship still continued until he graduated from school and got to work after all.
Munetsugu’s life had gradually changed when he got married to his wife, Naomi in 1972. After the marriage, Munetsugu and his wife started the first restaurant and called it “Buccuss” in Nagoya in 1974. They already started their real estate agency before opening “Buccuss”, but Munetsugu decided to give up the real estate job because he was more interested in the restaurant business.
In 1975, Munetsugu opened his second restaurant in the same area in Nagoya, they started to add the curry rice made by Munetsugu’s wife, Naomi to the menu. Surprisingly, the curry was getting popular and Munetsugu and his wife decided to open their own curry restaurant in Nagoya and changed the name to Curry House CoCo Ichibanya.
Today, CoCo Ichibanya or CoCo Ichi has more than 1,300 branches in Japan.
Tokuji Munetsugu is known as a big fan of classical music. After retiring his company Coco Ichibanya he founded, he built The Munetsugu Hall at the center of the Sakae district in Nagoya city.
He also set up his non-profitable organization Yellow Angel in 2003 after his retirement, and has started to donate musical instruments to schools in Aichi prefecture. As of 2017, he has donated 1,600 musical instruments equivalent to 6.6 million dollars in total.
Yellow Angel holds the Munetsugu Angel Violin Competition highlighting young violinists. Prizes include a 3-year loan of a rare instrument, such as a Stradivarius, and sponsorship for studies abroad.
Currently, Munetsugu Hall presents around 400 music concerts annually, and it is the largest number of concerts in Japan.