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The NHK Broadcasting Centre, is located in Jinnan, in Shibuya ward in South-Western metropolitan Tokyo. The Centre is the home for the public broadcaster, NHK. It includes studios and offices, as well as shops and the popular Studio Park, which is a popular attraction for schoolchildren and tourists.

Located within the same complex is the NHK Hall, in which performances are regularly held and often televised.

NHK also hosts a number of international broadcasters at the centre, including South Korea's KBS, China's CCTV, America's ABC, and the Australian ABC.

A number of NHK related companies have offices in building in nearby streets.

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