This is an art and cultural facility that possesses a pipe organ of the world's largest class. You can appreciate various artworks throughout the year.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre opened in 1990. It is an art and cultural facility that was built to promote music, play, and dance as well as promote international exchange. In the building, there are four halls, big and small. In the big hall, which houses one of the world’s largest pipe organs, you can enjoy overwhelming operas and other art performances. You can choose either the medium or the small hall depending on the occasion; plays and dances are also performed in these halls. In addition, there are four exhibition spaces, and numerous conference and rehearsal rooms. You can participate in the artistic activities, such as exhibitions, lectures, and workshops. There is a café, a restaurant, and a shop on site that sells goods. The theatre is located at just a two-minute walk from the West Exit of the Ikebukuro Station with connections to various lines. The theatre is directly connected to the Exit 2b via an underground passage, so you can stop by without worrying about the weather.