Theatrical theater exclusively operated by Shinjuku Studio Alta is located on the 7th floor of Marion, Yurakucho, Tokyo. The place that used to be a movie theater has been reborn as a place where you can witness live theater.
“Alternative Theater” offers entertainment that transcends the language of the country, with the idea of Tokyo 2020 in mind.
The light pillar that rises in the center of the lobby has been around since the opening of “Yurakucho Marion”. By remodeling it, it was finished in a space where it can be immersed in a nostalgic atmosphere. In addition, toilets where Japanese style remains, carpets handed over from the former Toei Louvre, and devices that give a novelty to foreign tourists who want to be Japanese are now available.
When you enter the theater, you will feel as if you are in a strange space. The slightly small theater is quite high-spec. The ceiling is filled with LEDs, and the entire room, including the audience seats, is wrapped in color, creating a sense of unity with the stage. This is a facility not found in other theaters.
The “catwalk” that protrudes to surround the audience seats can entertain customers in all directions.
It also has a stage structure that supports wire action, making it possible to dive from the stand to the stage.
With these latest devices, you can enjoy a realistic and dynamic performance that you can’t experience anywhere else.
As a place to bring good old Japanese culture to the present age as an entertainment, it seems to be one of the spotlight spots in Yurakucho for us as well as foreigners.
“Alternative Theater” is a theater created to transmit entertainment culture in Yurakucho called “Japan’s Broadway”. The place is the 7th floor of “Lumine 2” near JR Yurakucho station.
The theater that remodeled the space which was originally a movie theater is one of the highlights. While leaving the interior reminiscent of an old-fashioned movie theater, various ingenuity has been devised to show off more realistic performance. Take the ceiling LED moving light, 360 degrees catwalk, a powerful wire flying system, etc. the new and old fusion of the facilities creates a stage of new sensation.
Originally, it is considered to be a fun place for foreigners to visit Japan, so the theme is “Samurai” and “The mind of Japanese culture” as a theme. “Nonverbal” performance show that does not use words is being performed.
The final performance started from late on from 19 o’clock and it is nice to be able to enjoy from dinner until the bar time of the night.
It is the Alternative Theater that opened in Tokyo Yurakucho Mullion Building where the stage “ALATA” that is sent out to the world in a completely new form will be performed.
Yurakucho with Alternative Theater is the place where “Nihon Gekijo” (Theater Japan) was once. It is a place where there was a theater which reigned in the entertainment world of Japan over about 50 years from prewar days.
The Alternative Theater opened as a place for new Japanese entertainment that everyone can enjoy across words and cultural barriers. It fascinates the audience with performing arts at “non-verbal” that does not need words and the wire original flying system of this theater.
Furthermore, this theater makes us feel the powerful world by making full use of video technology, LED system installed at the theater wall and the theater’s ceiling, etc.
The performance “ALATA” is a new Chanbara (Swordfighting) play by Samurai who has been time slipping in Tokyo in 2020.
As walk-on performance, the required quality of the swordship and dance is very high.
It is a must-see powerful production with full of state-of-the-art technology such as wire stunts, projection mapping, full-color LED ceiling lighting, or whatever. Let’s enjoy brilliant performances such as beautiful and intense swordsmanship and dancing by cast members who are specialists of dance and sword fighting.
*The program “ALATA” has ended at the end of 2017.
Please check with the official web page about the show being performed.
|Address:||Yurakucho 2-5-1 Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006 Japan|
|Access:||Direct connection to the A0 exit of Hibiya station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya / Chiyoda / Toei Subway Mita lines|
|Price/Charge:||Please refer the official web page.|