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added on : March 6, 2023
There’s something for everyone at TOKYU KABUKICHO TOWER. This multipurpose complex, which includes accommodation and entertainment facilities such as a cinema, theater and live venue across its 48 above-ground floors and five basement floors, boasts a wide variety of exciting entertainment and nightlife options.
Opening April 14, 2023, Tokyo’s newest landmark, created in the image of a fountain, will soar approximately 200 meters above the city and provide hours of entertainment—and spectacular views of Shinjuku for all who visit the tower-top hotel.
Find after-dark activities across the tower’s B4 to B1 floors, where a multiuse entertainment center and a live venue with a roughly 1,500-person capacity are set to host all manner of events. Shop, eat and play from the first to fifth floors. The festival-themed food hall, dynamic dungeon crawl and amusement complex from BANDAI NAMCO Amusement Inc., provide plenty of fun while the wellness-cum-entertainment facility will leave you feeling refreshed.
A hub for culture, TOKYU KABUKICHO TOWER boasts a 900-seat theater spanning three floors (6F to 8F) where various live performances will be held. The two floors above (9F and 10F) are taken up by an eight-screen cinema complex with special seating, high-tech equipment and, in one auditorium, a wraparound screen for panoramic viewing.
Enjoy stellar views of Shinjuku from the restaurants, bars and hotels located on 17F to 47F. The hotels cater to varied tastes, with one offering an artsy stay and the other a sumptuous stay.
|Address||1-29-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku City, Tokyo|
|URL||TOKYU KABUKICHO TOWER|
For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.