2 Best Performing Arts Venues in Ginza, Tokyo

Kanze Noh-gakudo


This is among the most important of the Noh family schools in Japan, and the current iemoto (head) of the school is the 26th in his line. In 2017 Kanze moved to a stylish new theater in Ginza. English-language summaries of the plots are available upon request.

6–10–1 Ginza, Tokyo, 104–0061, Japan
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Rate Includes: From ¥6,000 for reserved seats

Shimbashi Enbujo


Dating to 1925, this theater was built for the geisha of the Shimbashi quarter to present their spring and autumn performances of traditional music and dance. This is the top spot in Tokyo to see the nation's favorite traditional performing art. The theater is also the home of "Super Kabuki," a faster, jazzier modern version. Seats commonly run ¥3,000–¥16,500, and there's no gallery.