All Theaters and Concert Halls

Theaters & Concert Halls

Guide to Theaters and Concert Halls.

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    Tokyo International Forum

    Tokyo International Forum is an important urban landmark in Tokyo with a very distinct design internally and externally. The largest hall seats 5,000 and in addition to seven other halls, Tokyo International Forum includes exhibition space, a lobby, and other facilities. Tokyo International Forum was designed by the architect Rafael read more

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    Ishikawa Prefectural Noh Theater

    Ishikawa Prefectural Noh Theater Kanazawa is a classical Japanese musical drama that started in the 14th century and still has performances every weekend. Many characters are masked, with men playing male and female roles. The Noh in Kaga Clan started in the 16th century by the lord Maeda Toshiie. As read more

  • Minamiza Kabuki Theatre

    Minamiza Kabuki Theatre is a traditional Kabuki (traditional dance and singing drama) theatre in the historic Gion District of Kyoto. Minamiza, founded in 1610, is the main Kabuki theatre in Kyoto. The current Minamiza theatre building was constructed in 1929 and seats just over one thousand people.

  • Kyoto Kaikan Hall

    Kyoto Kaikan Hall is a concert hall owned by the City of Kyoto which holds 2,000 people. Kyoto Kaikan Hall was opened in 1960.

  • Gion Kaikan Theatre

    Gion Kaikan Theatre is a tradition Japanese theatre where maiko and Geisha from the local Gion district perform traditional Japanese dances.

  • Kyoto Concert Hall

    The Kyoto Concert Hall is a modern building which was opened in 1995 to commemorate the 1200th anniversary of Kyoto becoming the capital of Japan. The Kyoto Concert Hall features a main hall and Ensemble Hall.