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The First Stage of Its Kind in Asia! Check Out the New Types of Entertainment Spots

These new facilities opening this spring includes a new theater with audience seating that rotates 360 degrees, a mini-theater, and a multipurpose gallery!

IHI Stage Around Tokyo


This is the second theater in the world that has the stage going around the audience and the first in Asia. The round audience seating is surrounded by the stage and screen and can also rotate 360 degrees, so it allows for a dynamic type of theater that has never been done before.


This new theater has more than 1,300 seats. It's right in front of the station so it's very accessible.


The first play in this theater is Gekidan Shinkansen's "Dokurojo no Shichinin" ("The 7 People of Skull Castle"), presented in 4 seasons: Hana (flower), Tori (bird), Kaze (wind), and Tsuki (moon).

IHI Stage Around Tokyo

6-4-25 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Kokorowo ・Ugokasu ・ Eigasha Maru


Inside the building is a cinema cafe with 3 screens. The 1st floor shows general movies, the 2nd floor is a space where you can enjoy eating and drinking while watching movies or concerts, and the 3rd floor has a VR theater, movie-related exhibitions, and an event space.

Kokorowo ・Ugokasu ・ Eigasha Maru

1-8-15 Kichijoji Honmachi, Musashino-shi, Tokyo

Gallery AaMo


This space was created with the concept of a gallery where adults can play. It has various plans in place in order to become a place for culture of all types of genres, such as the latest media art to crafts and subculture, can be presented to the public.

Experience something unknown in these new entertainment facilities!

Gallery AaMo

Tokyo Dome City along Crystal Avenue, 1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

[This article was originally published in Walkerplus on 04.19.2017]

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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