The National Engei Hall


Performing Arts


This facility is situated in Chiyoda, behind the National Theatre, and was built in 1979 as Japan’s first national popular entertainment hall. All sorts of shows are performed, from rakugo (traditional comic storytelling) to acrobatics to magic. It’s easily identified by the striking red lanterns lined up in a row outside. The performance hall seats 300.


4-1 Hayabusacho, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Transport Nagatacho Station (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho/Hanzomon/Namboku Lines) or Hanzomon Station (Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line)

Telephone 03 3265 7411


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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