Shinbashi Enbu-jo is a theater located in Ginza, Tokyo. It was completed in 1925 and suffered damage during the World War II air raids. Major renovations were undertaken in 1982, incorporating technological upgrades and expanding to take over the nearby Nissan Motors Building. Nowadays, it is a major kabuki venue, although other types of performances such as musicals and drama take place here as well.
Shinbashi Enbu-jo Facilities
There are three stories and 1428 seats. The halls are decorated in red and black, which provides for a calm atmosphere. Between the acts, you can enjoy Japanese food; the menu varies depending on the season. There are also bento boxes and snacks provided. In addition, there is a beer bar with a stage in the basement. You can watch performances by magicians and jugglers while sipping on all-you-can-drink beer.
Train: 5 minutes from Higashi-Ginza Station on the Hibiya Line.
Car: Take the Ginza Interchange on the Metropolitan Expressway. There is no parking lot near the theater but you can use either the parking lot at the Times Tougeki Building or at Matsutake Square Parking in Matsutake Building. For visitors to the theater, one hour of parking is free of charge.
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Description: Shinbashi Enbu-jo Theater
|Sights||Shinbashi Enbu-jo Theater (新橋演舞場)|
6-18-2 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
|Phone / Fax||Phone: 03-3541-2600|
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|Recommended target||Couples Groups Adult (ages 20+) Single traveller|