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Hours (Temporarily Closed)

Monday - Saturday: 10 AM - 8 PM
Sunday: 10 AM - 7 PM
Closed: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day &
Academy Awards weekend

Admission

Gallery and Library admission is free.
Event admission varies.

Transportation & Parking

JAPAN HOUSE will offer $3 parking validation for up to 2 hours.

Parking Information
Map

 

Location

JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles is located on the second and fifth floors of the popular Hollywood & Highland, a shopping and entertainment complex home to the Dolby Theatre, the world-famous venue for the annual Academy Awards.

Level 2 | Gallery, Shop
Level 5 | Library, Salon, Restaurant

Hollywood & Highland

6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Level 2 & Level 5 
(Administrative office at Suite 167)
Los Angeles, CA 90028

1 (800) 516-0565

 

How to Get to JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles

 

If you are driving

The entrance to the parking structure at Hollywood & Highland is on on Highland Avenue next to the Loews Hollywood Hotel.

Level 2 | Gallery

Take the escalators or elevators up to Level 2, and you will find the JAPAN HOUSE space located next to the Academy Awards stairs and across from the Dolby Theatre.

Level 5 | Library, Salon & Restaurant

Take the elevator to Level 5 and walk across the bridge, passing the Loews Hollywood Hotel pool on the left, towards the Level 5 JAPAN HOUSE entrance. Turn left at the end of the corridor.

 

 

If you are taking the Metro

Take the Los Angeles County Metro Red Line to the Hollywood/Highland Station. Service hours available on its website.

Level 2 | Gallery

Take the stairs, escalators or elevators up to Level 2. Once you find yourself in the Central Courtyard, proceed to your left towards the Dolby Theatre. The JAPAN HOUSE space is located next to the elevators on your left.

Level 5 | Library, Salon & Restaurant

Once you arrive to the ground level on Hollywood Blvd., walk down the corridor located between the staircase and Capital One Café, and take the elevator to Level 5. The elevator doors will open right across the JAPAN HOUSE entrance.

 

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