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Akasaka ACT TheaterTBS赤坂ACTシアター

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This theater located within the Akasaka Sacas complex facility in the Akasaka district of Tokyo’s Minato City is in a place right next to the TBS Broadcasting Center. Currently the official name is TBS Akasaka ACT Theater. The full-scale entertainment theater boasting a maximum seating capacity of 1,324 opened in 2008 and is used for a diverse array of public performances including concerts, dramas and musicals. The café on the first floor lobby not only offers light meals and drinks but also sells opera glasses as well.


Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 5-3-2 In Akasaka Sacas (Akasaka / Azabu / RoppongiArea)

phone 0335892277

It depends on the performance

Review of ACT Akasaka Theatre

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2015/10/13 Great theatre with a goof variety of shows
This theatre is very accessible from Akasaka Station on the Tokyo Metro, exit 3. It seats about 1,300 people and puts on a great variety of shows. Getting tickets on line is fairly easy if...
Reviewed:2018/12/01 赤坂サカス内にある劇場
東京メトロ千代田線赤坂駅からすぐ、赤坂サカス内にある劇場です。ライブハウスの赤坂BLITZと赤坂 ACTシアターが並んで建っています。赤坂 ACTシアターの開館は平成20年(2008年)で、座席数は約1300席。コンサートやミュージカル、演劇などに利用されています。
Reviewed:2018/11/05 ミュージカル鑑賞

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Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 5-3-2 In Akasaka Sacas [ map ]
Akasaka / Azabu / RoppongiArea
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