Shimbashi Enbujo Theatre

Travel Guide - Shimbashi Enbujo Theatre


The Shimbashi Enbujo Theatre was originally built in 1925 in Ginza (former Kabukicho) mainly to host the Shimbashi geisha girl's Azuma Orori dance performances.
Today the large theatre with 1,428 seats presents a wide variety of performances throughout the year ranging from Japanese Shinpa (new school) to comedy, contemporary theatre, and musicals as well as Kabuki performances such as Grand Kabuki, Hanagata Kabuki featuring young new actors, and Super Kabuki.
There are restaurants, boxed lunch shops and souvenir shops in the facility.

Opening Hours

  • Varies according to the show

Access / Public Transport

  • 3 minutes walk from Higashi-Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (H09) or Asajysa Line (A11)
  • 3 minutes walk from Tsukiji Shijo Station on the Toei Oedo Line (E18)

Address / Location

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