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Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre 東京芸術劇場

Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Tokyo Metropolitan Theater
Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Tokyo Metropolitan Theater

A world-class performing arts venue with concerts, plays, dance and more

First opened in 1990, the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre was established with the intention of bringing people and the arts together. Concerts, plays, dance recitals and more take place in this truly breathtaking venue.

Quick Facts

The music hall can accommodate up to 1,999 people and has a world-class pipe organ

The playhouse has a seating capacity of 834 people

The two smaller theaters within the facility (Theatre East and West) have movable seats that allow for a flexible stage setting

How to Get There

You can reach the theater by train, followed by a short walk.

The nearest station to the theater is Ikebukuro, with direct access from exit 2B of the subway. The subway lines stopping at Ikebukuro are the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi, Yurakucho and Fukotoshin lines, as well as the Tobu Tojo and Seibu Ikebukuro lines. It is also a two-minute walk from the west exit of Ikebukuro Station.

A modern look

Built with a sleek, modern design and engineered with acoustic enhancements, the theater has four halls, two galleries, two ateliers and rooms for rehearsals and meetings.

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