A Brief History：
Meijiza Theater is proud to celebrate its 140th anniversary, with a legacy dating back to performances by the "Three Tomita Brothers" in 1873. Once a humble open air theater, Meijiza has evolved into a state-of-the-art theater, bringing forth performance art from traditional Kabuki to modern day musical productions and serving as a home for various theater companies and artists.
The Theater extends its deepest gratitude to fans and supporters, whose patronage throughout the years has allowed it to endure and survive numerous fires, wars, and natural disasters. With the continued support of visitors from far and wide, the Theater looks forward to entertaining guests with quality works for another 140 years and beyond!
About the Theater Space
With comfortable raised seating, all guests can see the stage clearly.
2.Elaborate Entrance Hall
With its marble walls and floors, the theater's magnificent interior will whisk you away to a splendid world of art and imagination.
Recognized as a truly unique space, the "Theater Museum," located in the lobby, displays great works by modern Japanese painters.
In addition to quality stage productions, Meijiza Theater invites you to enjoy your intermission at its restaurant and shops:
1.Restaurant / Coffee shop
Excellent meals and obento (lunch boxes) are available in the Meijiza Theater restaurant during intermission. (Please note that reservations are required for restaurant meals.) Beverages, snacks and light meals, such as sandwiches, are available at the coffee shop and food stands before the show and during intermission.
Meijiza Theater shops offer an extensive selection of quality souvenirs; Meijiza original goods, specialties of Tokyo, and products from all over Japan.