All Theaters and Concert Halls

Theaters & Concert Halls

Guide to Theaters and Concert Halls.

  • Dotombori ZAZA

    Dotombori ZAZA is an entertainment venue, where in the afternoon up and coming comedians put on a show. Most famous comedians in Japan come from Osaka. Performances are in Japanese.

  • Joruri Theatre

    Joruri Theatre, in Nose is a Japanese traditional puppet theatre, which is now very rare to experience in Japan. About 200 years ago, Sugimura Ryosuke, who received joruri training in Osaka Prefecture, began teaching Joruri in Nose. With this as a starting point, the first Joruri narrator in Nose was read more

  • Awa-odori Hall

    Awa-odori Hall (Awa-odori Kaikan) is theatre where displays of Awa-odori Dance can be seen throughout the year. Tokushima is famous for its Awa-odori Dance Festival, which is held from 12th to 15th of August every year, and features shamisens (traditional Japanese guitar), drums and gongs playing music to go with read more

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    Tokyo Opera City Tower

    Tokyo Opera City Tower opened in 1996. It holds the New National Theatre, Tokyo Opera City Tower, NTT Inter Communication Center (ICC), plus some additional shops. The Opera City has three concert halls. The NTT Inter Communication Center (ICC) is a museum run by Japan’s largest telecom firm. Tokyo Opera read more

  • Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall

    Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall, in Ueno Park Tokyo, is a multipurpose hall which is used for theatre, opera, orchestral music and dance. The main auditorium of Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall seats 2,317. Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall was completed in 1961 and fully refurbished in 1985.

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    Nippon Budokan

    Nippon Budokan functions as a venue for big musical events, its primary purpose is for Japanese martial arts. Nippon Budokan contains three halls, the largest of which holds 14,000 people. Famous acts that have played at Nippon Budokan include: The Beatles, Bob Dylan, KISS, Pearl Jam and Oasis. Nippon Budokan read more