Most of the performances are of traditional arts such as Kabuki and Bunraku. It is also home to the National Engei Hall, where various popular performing arts such as rakugo and manzai are presented. It also trains people to hand down traditional performing arts and conducts research on traditional performing arts.
|Address||4-1 Hayabusa-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo|
|Genre*1||Kabuki, Bunraku and other traditional performing arts|
|Acces*2||5 minutes walk from Hanzomon(Z05) station, 8 minutes walk from Nagatacho(N07,Z04,Y16) station|
|Capacity||Large Theatre: 1610, Small Theatre: 590|
|The program, performance time and fee may vary depending on each event, so please check the website or contact the facility directly.*1 Blank fields vary by event. *2 The times shown are approximate.|
In addition, the Traditional Performing Arts Information Centre, which is also located on the premises, holds regular exhibitions on traditional performing arts, and the reading room on the second floor offers books mainly on traditional performing arts. (Currently, the reading room is available only by appointment.
For more information about the Traditional Performing Arts Information Centre, please click here.