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The theatre is located in Ginza Area in Tokyo.
Address: Ginza 4-12-15, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Phone +81 (0)3-3545-6800 (10:00AM-6:00PM)


GINZA KABUKIZA Building Parking Garage
Togeki Building Parking Garage
Ginza Shochiku Square Building Parking Garage

Public Transportation

By Subway:
Hibiya Line or Asakusa Line, "Higashi Ginza" Station. Exit 3- direct access to the theatre from the subway station.

By Subway:
Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line, "Ginza" Station. Exit A6 - 5 minute walk.
JR and SUBWAY: "Tokyo" Station. 10 minutes by taxi.

Floor Map

Seating Chart


[Until June, 2024] Simplified English Audio Guide
(Brief description and synopsis)

■Full Program:¥1,000 (Cash only)
■Single Act:¥800 (Cash only)

[From July, 2024] English Captioning Service
(Essential translations of dialogue and lyrics, as well as explanations relating to kabuki)

■Full Program:¥1,500 (Cash only)
■Single Act:¥1,000 (Cash only)

*Free English flyer / Sold program (Detailed English synopses are found at the end of the Japanese program) available.

Box Office

The Box Office is located on Basement Level 2.
Automatic Ticket Dispensers are located on Level 1 and Basement Level 2.
The Box Office for Single Act Tickets is located on Level 1 on the left side of the main entrance.

Restaurant and Lunch Boxes

Japanese restaurants are located inside the theatre and available for dining during the intermission (usually 20 - 30 minutes).
Due to the limited number of seats in each restaurant, reservation is highly recommended (no later than 2 days before the day you attend the performance. Tel: +81 (0)3 3545-6820/10am - 17pm, in Japanese only). If there is available seating at any of the restaurants on the day, meal reservation can be made before the performance begins at the counter located on the right side upon entering the theater.
Lunch boxes are available in the theatre, including the shops located in the Basement Level 2.
You may eat and drink at your seats during the intermission.
→Currently, precautionary measures are taken at our theatres.
・We ask customers to refrain from talking as much as possible when eating in their seats and in the lobby. *No eating during performances.


Drinks, sweets, Kabuki goods, books, and various Japanese souvenirs are available at the concession stands in the theatre and adjoining facilities including the fifth floor of Kabukiza Tower.