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国会議事堂 (The National Diet Building of Japan), Chiyoda-ku Tokyo


1-7-1, Nagata-cho
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

03-3581-3111

Civic Structure 近く 国会議事堂 (The National Diet Building of Japan)

Nippon Budokan
Distance: 1.2 mi 詳しくは
北の丸公園2-3
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 680-0011

03-3216-5100

日本武道館(にっぽんぶどうかん、Nippon Budōkan)は、東京都千代田区北の丸公園にある武道館。日本伝統の武道を普及奨励し、心身錬磨の大道場としての役割を担うことを設立趣旨とする。日本武道協議会加盟。武道以外の屋内競技場、多目的ホールとしても利用される。管理運営者は公益財団法人日本武道館。概要1964年開催の東京オリンピックの柔道競技会場として建設され、同年10月3日に開館した。設計は山田守、施工は竹中工務店(全国建設業協会会長から推薦されて決定)、総工費は18億円。法隆寺夢殿をモデルにした八角形の意匠である。大屋根の稜線は富士山をイメージしている。日本の武道(柔道・剣道・弓道・相撲・空手道・合気道・少林寺拳法・なぎなた・銃剣道・古武道)の稽古場、競技場として使用されている。

Tokyo 東京鐵塔
Distance: 1.2 mi 詳しくは
芝公園4−2−8
Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011

日本アセアンセンター
Distance: 1.0 mi 詳しくは
東京都港区新橋6-17-19
Minato-ku, Tokyo

Government Organization 近く 国会議事堂 (The National Diet Building of Japan)

衆議院第二議員会館
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町2-1-2
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8982

03-3581-5111

首相官邸
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町2丁目3−1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8968

文部科学省 MEXT
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
基山町
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8959

03-5253-4111

National Diet Building
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
永田町1丁目7−1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

The is the building where both houses of the National Diet of Japan meet. It is located at 1-chome, Nagatachō, Chiyoda, Tokyo.Sessions of the House of Representatives take place in the left wing and sessions of the House of Councillors in the right wing.The Diet Building was completed in 1936 and is constructed out of purely Japanese materials, with the exception of the stained glass, door locks, and pneumatic tube system.HistoryThe construction of the building for the old Imperial Diet began in 1920; however, plans for the building date back to the late 1880s. The Diet met in temporary structures for the first fifty years of its existence because there was no agreement over what form its building should take.Early designsGerman architects Wilhelm Böckmann and Hermann Ende were invited to Tokyo in 1886 and 1887, respectively. They drew up two plans for a Diet building. Böckmann's initial plan was a masonry structure with a dome and flanking wings, similar to other legislatures of the era, which would form the core of a large "government ring" south of the Imperial Palace. However, at the time there was public resistance in Japan to Foreign Minister Inoue Kaoru's internationalist policies, and so the architects submitted a more "Japanese" design as well, substituting traditional Japanese architectural features for many parts of the building. Ende and Böckmann's Diet Building was never built, but their other "government ring" designs were used for the Tokyo District Court and Ministry of Justice buildings.

National Diet Library
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町1−10−1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8924

国立国会図書館(こくりつこっかいとしょかん、英称:)は、日本の国会議員の調査研究、行政、ならびに日本国民のために奉仕する図書館である。また、納本制度に基づいて、日本国内で出版されたすべての出版物を収集・保存する日本唯一の法定納本図書館である。設置根拠は国会法第130条及び国立国会図書館法第1条。概要国立国会図書館は、日本の立法府である国会に属する国の機関であり、国会の立法行為を補佐することを第一の目的とする議会図書館である。同時に、納本図書館として日本で唯一の国立図書館としての機能を兼ねており、行政・司法の各部門および日本国民に対するサービスも行っている。そしてアジアで唯一バーチャル国際典拠ファイルに参加している。施設は、中央の図書館と、国立国会図書館法3条に定められた支部図書館からなる。中央の図書館として東京本館(東京都千代田区永田町)および関西館(京都府相楽郡精華町精華台)が置かれ、また東京本館に付属して国会分館がある。支部図書館としては国際子ども図書館(東京都台東区上野公園)のほか、司法機関に1館(最高裁判所図書館)、国立国会図書館法の規定により行政各部門に置かれる支部図書館及びその職員に関する法律(昭和24年法律第101号。支部図書館法)に基づいて行政機関に25館が置かれる。

特許庁
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
霞が関3-4-3
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8915

03-3581-1101

衆議院第一議員会館
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町2-2-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

US Embassy Tokyo
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
1-10-5 Akasaka
Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8420

03-3224-5000

金融庁
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
霞が関3-2-1 中央合同庁舎第7号館
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8967

03-3506-6000

衆議院赤坂議員宿舎
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
赤坂2-17-10
Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052

Prime Minister's Official Residence
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
永田町2-3-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

総理大臣官邸(そうりだいじんかんてい)は、内閣総理大臣の執務の拠点。一般に総理官邸(そうりかんてい)、首相官邸(しゅしょうかんてい)、あるいは単に官邸(かんてい)ともいわれる。所在地は東京都千代田区永田町二丁目3番1号。隣接して内閣総理大臣が居住する総理大臣公邸がある。官邸と公邸は屏でつながっている。なお「官邸」は、総理大臣および内閣官房スタッフによる、内閣運営の核となるチームを指す俗語としても用いられるが、本項では本義である建物について記述する。概要内閣総理大臣の公的事務所であり、また日本の行政府である内閣の閣議が開催される場所である。日本において「官邸」という名がつく施設はこの「総理大臣官邸」だけである。正式名称官邸の名称については複数あるため、公文書にも表記ゆれがみられる。 内閣総理大臣官邸 国会議事堂、内閣総理大臣官邸その他の国の重要な施設等、外国公館等及び原子力事業所の周辺地域の上空における小型無人機等の飛行の禁止に関する法律2条1項ロの規定および内閣官房の告示のほか、国会議員の質問主意書に対する政府答弁書、外務省告示、他省の主催行事の場所表示などに用例がある。 総理大臣官邸 1952年以降、建物としての官邸を管理する組織(中央省庁再編前は内閣総理大臣官房、再編後は内閣官房)の詳細を定めた政令で一貫してこの表記が用いられているほか、国会議員の質問主意書に対する政府答弁書、2002年竣工の新官邸の整備計画に関する閣議了解、他省の主催行事の場所表示などに用例がある。日本国憲法下の命令(政令・府省令など)中で登場する官邸の表記は全てこの「総理大臣官邸」となっている。 首相官邸 公文書での用例はほとんどないが、報道機関などではよく使用される表現。また官邸の公式サイトも開設当時から「首相官邸ホームページ」という表記になっている。

衆議院新議員会館(国会議事堂)
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-7-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

03-3581-5111

Cabinet Office, Government of Japan
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-6-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8914

03-5253-2111 (大代表)

国会記者会館
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-6-2
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Ministry of Justice
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
霞が関1-1-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8977

2042292242

The Ministry of Justice is one of the cabinet level ministries of the Japanese government. It is responsible for the judicial system, correctional services, household, property and corporate registrations. It also serves as the government legal representatives.Meiji ConstitutionThe Ministry of Justice was established under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan in 1871 as the Ministry of Justice.Constitution of JapanThe Ministry acquired its present name under the post-war Constitution of Japan in 1952. Its responsibilities include administration of Japan's judicial system and penal system. It represents the Japanese government in litigation, and is also responsible for maintenance of government registration of families, resident aliens, real estate and corporations.The Ministry has jurisdiction over the National Bar Examination Commission, the Public Security Examination Commission, and the Public Security Intelligence Agency. Although the Public Prosecutor's Offices are administratively part of the Ministry of Justice, they are independent of the authority of the Minister of Justice.At the top of the ministry is the Minister of Justice, a member of the Cabinet, and he or she is chosen by the Prime Minister typically from members of the Diet.

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
霞が関2-1-3
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8918

03-5253-4150

The, abbreviated MLIT, is a ministry of the Japanese government. It is responsible for one-third of all the laws and orders in Japan and the largest Japanese ministry in terms of employees, as well as the second-largest executive agency of the Japanese government after the Ministry of Defense. The ministry oversees four external agencies including the Japan Coast Guard and the Japan Tourism Agency.BackgroundMLIT was established as part of the administrative reforms of January 6, 2001, which merged the, the, the, and the. Before the ministry renamed itself on January 8, 2008, the ministry's English name was "Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport".InvestigationsHighway tour bus companiesAfter a fatal bus accident on April 29, 2012 where a bus bound for Tokyo Disneyland crashed into a wall on the Kanetsu Expressway in Gunma Prefecture killing seven and injuring 39 others, the ministry launched an investigation into highway bus companies. From May to June 2012 it carried out inspections and found that 250 of 298 companies (over 80%) violated the Road Transportation Law, with 48 companies breaching it seriously and one even lending its name to another company. Twenty-two companies broke the law by hiring drivers on a daily basis. Among them, 15 companies hired more than one driver this way, which the ministry considered a "serious violation." The largest number of drivers hired by a company in this fashion was eight.192 companies were found to have broken the law by ignoring the maximum nine hours of work a day for drivers. It also found 118 companies did not give proper instructions and supervision to drivers, including the provision of safety education. Forty-eight companies did not perform roll call before their drivers started work, which should include an alcohol breath test. The ministry considered some of these violations as serious depending on their frequency and extent. "We would like to provide thorough instructions to the bus companies about their safety management," an official of the ministry's Road Transport Bureau said. The ministry was considering whether to punish the violators and publish the inspection results of bus companies that are organizing tours this summer on its website.

Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
霞が関
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8929

03-3581-4321

The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department serves as the police force of the Tokyo metropolis. Founded in 1874, it is headed by a Superintendent-General, who is appointed by the National Public Safety Commission, and approved by the Prime Minister.The Metropolitan Police, with a staff of more than 43,000 police officers and over 2,800 civilian personnel, manages 102 stations in the prefecture.The main building of the Keishicho is located in the Kasumigaseki part of central Tokyo. Built in 1980, it is 18 stories tall, a large wedge-shaped building with a cylindrical tower, it is easily seen from the street and a well-known landmark.OrganizationThe Metropolitan Police Department is under the command of a Superintendent-General and reports directly to the Tokyo Metropolitan Public Safety Commission.The MPD commands the following bureaus: Administration Bureau() Personnel and Training Bureau() Traffic Bureau() Community Police Affairs Bureau() Security Bureau() Public Security Bureau() Criminal Investigation Bureau() Community Safety Bureau() Organized Crime Control Bureau() The MPD also has its own academy, the Metropolitan Police Department Academy.Each District Headquarters commands several police stations. Each station includes the following: Administration Section Traffic Section Security Section Community Police Affairs Section Criminal Investigation Section Community Safety Section Organized Crime Control Section

Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
霞が関2-1-2 中央合同庁舎第2号館
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8926

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications is a cabinet-level ministry in the Government of Japan. Its English name was Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications (MPHPT) prior to 2004. It is housed in the 2nd Building of the Central Common Government Office at 2-1-2 Kasumigaseki in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan.The Ministry oversees the Japanese administrative system, manages local governments, elections, telecommunication, post, and governmental statistics.The is appointed from among the members of the cabinet.HistoryThe Ministry was created on January 6, 2001 by the merger of the Ministry of Home Affairs (自治省), the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPT, 郵政省) and the Management and Coordination Agency (総務庁). Certain functions of the Management and Coordination Agency were transferred to the Cabinet Office in this process, while many functions of the MPT were transferred to an independent Postal Services Agency which later became Japan Post.

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
霞が関 1-3-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0013

The or METI, is a ministry of the Government of Japan. It was created by the 2001 Central Government Reform when the Ministry of International Trade and Industry merged with agencies from other ministries related to economic activities, such as the Economic Planning Agency.METI has jurisdiction over a broad policy area, containing Japan's industrial/trade policies, energy security, control of arms exports, "Cool Japan", etc. METI is known for its liberal atmosphere and officials of METI have been well known for their excellence. It is commonly called "human resource agency" for its leaders of politics, business and academia.

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
霞が関 1-3-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0013

The or METI, is a ministry of the Government of Japan. It was created by the 2001 Central Government Reform when the Ministry of International Trade and Industry merged with agencies from other ministries related to economic activities, such as the Economic Planning Agency.METI has jurisdiction over a broad policy area, containing Japan's industrial/trade policies, energy security, control of arms exports, "Cool Japan", etc. METI is known for its liberal atmosphere and officials of METI have been well known for their excellence. It is commonly called "human resource agency" for its leaders of politics, business and academia.

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (Japan)
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
霞が関1−2−1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

03-3502-8111

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries a cabinet ministry in the government of Japan responsible for oversight of the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries. Its acronym is MAFF. The current Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries is Hiroshi Moriyama.HistoryThe Constitution of the Empire of Japan provided for the creation of a Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce, which was established in 1881, with Tani Tateki as its first minister.In 1925, the commerce functions were separated out into a separate Ministry of Commerce, and the ministry was renamed the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. The ministry was also given responsibility for oversight of the Factory Act of 1903, which provided regulations for work hours and worker safety in both industrial and agricultural industries.From 1943 to 1945, when the Ministry of Commerce was abolished due to the nationalization of Japanese industry for the war effort, parts of that ministry reverted to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, which was again briefly named Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce.In 1978, the name of Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry was expanded to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to better reflect the ministry's role in guaranteeing the Japanese public a safe food supply, and to protect producers and workers in the food production industries.

Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
東京都千代田区霞ヶ関1-2-2
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8916

03-5253-1111

The Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare is a cabinet level ministry of the Japanese government. It is commonly known as Kōrō-shō (厚労省) in Japan. This ministry provides regulations on maximum residue limits for agricultural chemicals in foods, basic food and drug regulations, standards for foods, food additives, etc.It was formed with the merger of the former Ministry of Health and Welfare or Kōsei-shō (厚生省) and the Ministry of Labour or Rōdō-shō (労働省).The Minister of Health, Labour, and Welfare is a member of the Cabinet.OrganizationThe ministry is quite large, with a complex organization. It contains: The Minister's Secretariat (including the Statistics and Information Department) The Health Policy Bureau The Health Service Bureau Pharmaceutical and Food Safety Bureau (including the Food Safety Department) The Labor Standards Bureau (including the Industrial Safety and Health Department, Workers Compensation Department, and Workers' Life Department) The Employment Security Bureau (including the Employment Measures for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities Department) The Human Resources Development Bureau The Equal Employment, Children and Families Bureau The Social Welfare and War Victims' Relief Bureau (including the Department of Health and Welfare for People with Disabilities) The Health and Welfare Bureau for the Elderly The Health Insurance Bureau The Pension Bureau The Director-General for Policy Planning and Evaluation Affiliated research institutions (6 research institutes, 218 national hospitals, 13 quarantine stations, and 3 Social Welfare Facilities) Councils (Social Security Council, Health Sciences Council, Labour Policy Council, Medical Ethics Council, Pharmaceutical Affairs and Food Sanitation Council, Evaluation Committee for Independent Administrative institutions, Central Minimum Wages Council, Labour Insurance Appeal Committee, Central Social Insurance Medical Council, Examination Committee of Social Insurance, Examination Committee for Certification of Sickness and Disability, Examination Committee for Relief Assistances) Regional Bureaus (8 Regional Bureaus of Health and Welfare and 47 Prefectural Labour Bureaus) External Bureaus (Japan Pension Service, Central Labor Relations Commission)

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
霞が関3-2-2
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8959

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, also known as MEXT, Monka-shō, and formerly the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, is one of the ministries of the Japanese government.The Meiji government created the first Ministry of Education in 1871.The Japanese government centralises education, and it is managed by a state bureaucracy that regulates almost every aspect of the education process. The School Education Law requires schools around the country to use textbooks that follow the curriculum guideline set by the ministry, although there are some exceptions.In January 2001, the former Monbu-shō and the former Science and Technology Agency merged to become the present MEXT.MEXT is led by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, who is a member of the Cabinet and is chosen by the Prime Minister, typically from the members of the Diet.MEXT is one of three ministries that run the JET Programme. It also offers the Monbukagakusho Scholarship, also known as the MEXT or Monbu-shō scholarship.DutiesThe Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology is responsible for the digitization, preservation and making available and accessible public domain works for every citizen. Japan has millions of works (books, pictures, music and films) that belong to the public domain, and since there are no restrictions or copyright on them, all these works can be accessed, copied and enjoyed by Japanese citizens in order to grant access to science and culture, and make more egalitarian the access to culture in every country no matter the social status of the citizens.

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
霞が関3-2-2
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8959

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, also known as MEXT, Monka-shō, and formerly the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, is one of the ministries of the Japanese government.The Meiji government created the first Ministry of Education in 1871.The Japanese government centralises education, and it is managed by a state bureaucracy that regulates almost every aspect of the education process. The School Education Law requires schools around the country to use textbooks that follow the curriculum guideline set by the ministry, although there are some exceptions.In January 2001, the former Monbu-shō and the former Science and Technology Agency merged to become the present MEXT.MEXT is led by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, who is a member of the Cabinet and is chosen by the Prime Minister, typically from the members of the Diet.MEXT is one of three ministries that run the JET Programme. It also offers the Monbukagakusho Scholarship, also known as the MEXT or Monbu-shō scholarship.DutiesThe Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology is responsible for the digitization, preservation and making available and accessible public domain works for every citizen. Japan has millions of works (books, pictures, music and films) that belong to the public domain, and since there are no restrictions or copyright on them, all these works can be accessed, copied and enjoyed by Japanese citizens in order to grant access to science and culture, and make more egalitarian the access to culture in every country no matter the social status of the citizens.

Agency for Cultural Affairs (文化庁)
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
3-2-2 Kasumigaseki
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

+81-(0) 3-5253-4111

Ministry of the Environment
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
霞が関1-2-2 中央合同庁舎5号館 
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8975

The Ministry of the Environment is a Cabinet-level ministry of the government of Japan responsible for global environmental conservation, pollution control, and nature conservation. The ministry was formed in 2001 from the sub-cabinet level Environmental Agency established in 1971. The minister is a member of the Cabinet of Japan and is chosen by the Prime Minister, usually from the Diet.In March 2006, the Minister of the Environment, Yuriko Koike, created a furoshiki cloth to promote its use in the modern world.In August 2011, the Cabinet of Japan approved a plan to establish a new energy watchdog under the Environment Ministry, and the Nuclear Regulation Authority was founded on September 19, 2012.Cool BizThe Ministry of the Environment began advocating the Cool Biz campaign in summer 2005 as a means to help reduce electric consumption by limiting use of air conditioning and allowing the wearing of less formal officewear. This idea was proposed by then-MOE minister Yuriko Koike under Prime Minister Koizumi.Super Cool BizFollowing the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in March 2011, the shut down of many nuclear power plants for safety reasons lead to energy shortages. To conserve energy, the government recommended setting air conditioners at 28 degrees Celsius, switching off computers not in use, and called for shifting work hours to the morning and taking more summer vacation than usual. The government then launched a Super Cool Biz campaign to encourage workers to wear outfits appropriate for the office yet cool enough to endure the summer heat. Polo shirts and trainers are allowed, while jeans and sandals are also acceptable under certain circumstances. June 1 marked the start of the Environment Ministry's campaign, with full-page newspaper ads and photos of ministry workers smiling rather self-consciously at their desks wearing polo shirts and colorful Okinawa kariyushi shirts. The campaign was repeated in 2012 and 2013.

総理大臣官邸
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町二丁目3番1号
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

Embassy of Israel Economic Department in Japan
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
二番町三
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0084

03-3264-0398

オランダ+フランダース
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
麹町5丁目1番地NK真和ビル
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0083

オランダとベルギー・フランダースは、国境を接しているにもかかわらず、文化・歴史・食・人などあらゆる面で豊かな違いを持っています。この2つのエリアの魅力をもっと知ってもらおうと、オランダ政府観光局とベルギー・フランダース政府観光局は、共同ウェブサイトやキャンペーンなどを展開しています。

独立行政法人日本学術振興会
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
一番町8
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8472

Local Business 近く 国会議事堂 (The National Diet Building of Japan)

衆議院新議員会館(国会議事堂)
距離: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-7-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

03-3581-5111

Kokkai-gijidō-mae Station
距離: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-7-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

03-3581-2479

国会議事堂前駅(こっかいぎじどうまええき)は、東京都千代田区永田町一丁目にある、東京地下鉄(東京メトロ)の駅である。概要丸ノ内線(駅番号:M 14)と、千代田線(駅番号 :C 07)が乗り入れている。銀座線と南北線が乗り入れる溜池山王駅とは改札内通路でつながっており、同一の駅として扱われている。そのため、当駅発着の乗車券類で溜池山王駅の改札(およびその逆)を利用することができる。歴史 1959年(昭和34年)3月15日 - 帝都高速度交通営団(営団地下鉄)丸ノ内線の霞ケ関駅 - 新宿駅間開業により、同線の駅として開業する。 1972年(昭和47年)10月20日 - 営団地下鉄千代田線の霞ケ関駅 - 代々木公園駅間開業により、同線の駅が開業、丸ノ内線との乗換駅となる。 1973年(昭和48年)11月1日 - 定期券発行機を導入。 1979年(昭和54年)夏 - 駅冷房を開始。 1997年(平成9年)9月30日 - 営団地下鉄南北線の四ツ谷駅 - 溜池山王駅間と銀座線の同駅開業により、両線との乗換駅となる。 2004年(平成16年)4月1日 - 営団地下鉄の民営化に伴い、駅は東京メトロに継承される。駅構造丸ノ内線ホームは国会議事堂の敷地真下に東西に延びる。千代田線ホームも東西に伸び、丸ノ内線ホームの西側と千代田線ホームの東側を連絡するコンコースがある。また、千代田線ホームの西側と溜池山王駅の南北線ホームの北側と、南北線ホームの南側と銀座線ホームの西側はそれぞれコンコースにより連絡している。千代田線ホームの上には、丸ノ内線の複線シールドトンネルがある。

Kokkai-gijidō-mae Station
距離: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-7-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

03-3581-2479

is a subway station in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the Tokyo subway operator Tokyo Metro. It is located adjacent to the National Diet Building (Kokkai-gijidō in Japanese).LinesKokkai-gijidomae Station is served by the following lines. Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (M-14)Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line (C-07) The station is also connected by underground passageways to Tameike-Sanno Station, which is served by the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tokyo Metro Namboku Line, and it is possible to transfer between the two stations without passing through the ticket gates.Station layoutThe Chiyoda Line platforms are 37.9 m underground, making this station the deepest in the Tokyo Metro network (although a number of stations on the Toei Oedo Line are farther underground).HistoryThe station first opened on March 15, 1959, as a station on the Marunouchi Line. The Chiyoda Line platforms opened on October 20, 1972, and the Namboku Line platforms opened on September 30, 1997. It also became possible to transfer to the Ginza and Namboku lines via a passageway to the newly opened Tameike Sannō Station.Surrounding area National Diet Building The official residence of the Prime Minister of Japan Cabinet Office

国会記者会館
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-6-2
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

衆議院第二議員会館
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町2-1-2
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8982

03-3581-5111

衆議院第一議員会館
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町2-2-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

国会前庭 the Garden of the Diet Building
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町一丁目
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

首相官邸
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町2丁目3−1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8968

National Diet Library
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町1−10−1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8924

国立国会図書館(こくりつこっかいとしょかん、英称:)は、日本の国会議員の調査研究、行政、ならびに日本国民のために奉仕する図書館である。また、納本制度に基づいて、日本国内で出版されたすべての出版物を収集・保存する日本唯一の法定納本図書館である。設置根拠は国会法第130条及び国立国会図書館法第1条。概要国立国会図書館は、日本の立法府である国会に属する国の機関であり、国会の立法行為を補佐することを第一の目的とする議会図書館である。同時に、納本図書館として日本で唯一の国立図書館としての機能を兼ねており、行政・司法の各部門および日本国民に対するサービスも行っている。そしてアジアで唯一バーチャル国際典拠ファイルに参加している。施設は、中央の図書館と、国立国会図書館法3条に定められた支部図書館からなる。中央の図書館として東京本館(東京都千代田区永田町)および関西館(京都府相楽郡精華町精華台)が置かれ、また東京本館に付属して国会分館がある。支部図書館としては国際子ども図書館(東京都台東区上野公園)のほか、司法機関に1館(最高裁判所図書館)、国立国会図書館法の規定により行政各部門に置かれる支部図書館及びその職員に関する法律(昭和24年法律第101号。支部図書館法)に基づいて行政機関に25館が置かれる。

National Diet Library
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-10-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8924

03-3581-2331

The is the only national library in Japan. It was established in 1948 for the purpose of assisting members of the in researching matters of public policy. The library is similar in purpose and scope to the United States Library of Congress.The National Diet Library (NDL) consists of two main facilities in Tokyo and Kyoto, and several other branch libraries throughout Japan.HistoryThe National Diet Library is the successor of three separate libraries: the library of the House of Peers, the library of the House of Representatives, both of which were established at the creation of Japan's Imperial Diet in 1890; and the Imperial Library, which had been established in 1872 under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education.The Diet's power in prewar Japan was limited, and its need for information was "correspondingly small." The original Diet libraries "never developed either the collections or the services which might have made them vital adjuncts of genuinely responsible legislative activity." Until Japan's defeat, moreover, the executive had controlled all political documents, depriving the people and the Diet of access to vital information. The U.S. occupation forces under General Douglas MacArthur deemed reform of the Diet library system to be an important part of the democratization of Japan after its defeat in World War II.

総理大臣官邸
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町二丁目3番1号
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

永田町 自民党本部
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-11-23
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8910

十全ビル
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
千代田区永田町2-9-6
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

永田町 黒澤
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
永田町2-7-9
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

0335809638

TOKYO自民党
距離: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-11-23
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 1000014

03-3581-2036

~東京がもっと好きになる~ 「TOKYO自民党」は、平成5年以来、自由民主党東京都支部連合会(自民党都連)のコミュニケーションネームとして採用されています。 東京には、東京都をはじめ23区、27市、5町、8村の地方自治体があります。その自治体単位で自民党の支部があります。 各支部はそれぞれの地方自治体のリーダーシップと世論の啓蒙や、わが党の政策の立案と実現につとめ、同時に地域活動や各種のボランティア活動の先頭に立っています。 「TOKYO自民党」は、これらの支部の連合体として組織されています。 現在、「TOKYO自民党」には、衆議院議員、参議院議員、都議会議員、 区市町村長、議会議員をはじめ、600名近くの議員が所属しています。 首都東京の抱える課題は、正に、世界の都市問題の解決に他なりません。私たちは、東京で学び、働き、生活する人々が安心して暮らしていけるよう、様々な運動を展開し、それらの活動を少しでもご紹介出来るよう、当ページで掲載して参ります。 また、活動紹介と関係のないご投稿等は、内容によって、削除等させていただく場合がございます。 ご意見・ご質問は、お住まいの地域の自民党支部へお願いいたします。

民主党本部
距離: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-11-1
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

03-3595-9988

星陵会館
距離: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
永田町2-16-2
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

03-3581-5650

新霞ヶ関ビル
距離: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
東京都千代田区霞が関3-3-2
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0013

キャピトル東急
距離: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
永田町2-10-3
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014

03-3503-0109

自由民主党本部
距離: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
永田町1-11-23
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8910

03-3581-6211