Yurakucho

Yurakucho © T.Sasaki

Yurakucho

Yurakucho is a district in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo. In 1933, the Japan Theatre opened here, and in 1934 Takarazuka Revue was inaugurated, which turned Yurakucho into a theatre quarter. Besides that, the headquarters of major Japanese newspapers, such as Mainichi, Asahi and Yomiuri are also located here. The area is currently undergoing reconstruction for the Itocia Building, a 21-story high entertainment complex with cafes, restaurants and movie theatres. The landmark of Yurakucho is a TOHO movie theater called "Marion". It is located inside Marunouchi Piccadilly Center and has 4354 seats. There are a lot of other theatres in Yurakucho which accounts for its fame as a theatre quarter since 1930.  Additionally, the Tokyo International Forum, serving as an International Convention Center, is also located in Yurakucho. Classical music concerts, dance performances, seminars, workshops and other events are held here.

Access

Train: The nearest station is Yurakucho Station.

Car: Take the Kasumigaseki Interchange on the Metropolitan Expressway. There are a lot of parking lots in the area.




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Description: Yurakucho

Sights Yurakucho (有楽町)
Rating  
Address Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
東京都千代田区有楽町
Phone / Fax Phone:
Duration 3Hour(s)
Admission Fee Free admission
Recommended Season
Spring (March - May)
Summer (June - August) Autumn (September - November) Winter (December - February)
Recommended target Family Couples Groups Infant & Toddler (ages 0-6) Child (ages 7-17) Adult (ages 20+) Single traveller


Map: Yurakucho