The Kabuki-za theater is a large-scale theater where kabuki, a traditional Japanese play, is performed.
The Kabuki-za Theater is a well-known theatre for kabuki, a traditional play and pride of Japan. In 2013, the theatre was renovated to connect with the modern Kabuki-za Tower. Pillars on the first floor of the theatre were removed in order to slightly enlarge the seating. Audio-visual guides are available since the renovation to help first-time visitors enjoy performances. There are shops for Kabuki-za goods and Japanese restaurants between the entrance and Higashi-ginza Station, and in the lobby as well. Kabuki-za Gallery on the fifth floor of Kabuki-za Tower has free admission, even for those not seeing a performance. The gallery exhibits costumes and props utilized on stage and also serves to promote the world of kabuki through lectures and demonstrations. On the same floor, you can have your photo taken in a kabuki outfit and enjoy some Japanese tea. Directly connected with Higashi-ginza Station on the Hibiya Line.