This theater was founded as Kishoza in 1873 (Meiji 6), and with the longest history in Tokyo, Meijiza will celebrate the 150th anniversary since its establishment in 2023. The theater has 1368 spectator seats. Depending on the program, a stage passage may be installed, while seating on second and third levels is gallery corridor with an angle toward the stage. Distance to the actors is short, enabling the audience to feel their breath at close proximity, thus providing a spectacularly sensational and exciting stage experience. A diverse theater equipped to enable performances stretching from kabuki all the way to musicals, while boasting with popularity among many spectators from all over Japan. Additionally, the seats are arranged in a way that enables usage of wheelchairs, the facility is genuinely barrier-free. There are four restaurants inside the building, and the popular saikyo zuke (fish pickled in sweet Kyoto-style miso) from Makunouchi-bento boxed lunch series is offered with the house specialty, the Meijiza. The souvenir shops’ assortment is very rich, enabling the visitors a splendid shopping experience. Before the performance or after leaving the theater, immerse yourself in Edo atmosphere with a stroll through the surrounding neighborhoods of Amazake Yokocho and Ningyo-cho. Enjoy Tokyo sightseeing to the fullest with sights such as the Suitengu shrine and many other within walking distance.

2-31-1, Nihonbashihama-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 103-0007
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