Imperial Theater (aka Teigeki) in the Marunouchi district is Japan's first Western-style theater dating from 1911. The original building was a white-walled, 5-story Renaissance architecture with 1,700 seats and an orchestra box. The theater gained popularity in Tokyo together with Mitsukoshi, Japan's first department store, the phrase "Today is for Teigeki, tomorrow for Mitsukoshi" became a catch line in 1910s.
The current building, erected in 1966 with a capacity of 1,900 seat and 4 stage elevators, is a venue for major commercial plays and musicals, which marked history including "Gone with the Wind", "My Fair Lady" and "Miss Saigon". The theater is operated by Toho, a major film distribution company.
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4.02 months ago
A romantic storm in the Taisho sakura.
4.0a week ago
A very nice place.
5.03 months ago
beautiful building. In the same building you have the Idemitsu Museum of Arts.
5.05 months ago
Grand theatre in the middle of the glitzy Ginza district. Only big productions here. May be difficult to get same-day tickets.
5.0a month ago
Endless shock in 帝劇 is the best!