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Updated: April 27, 2022
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With the TBS Broadcasting Center acting as its focal point, Akasaka Sacas offers extensive shopping, exciting entertainment and delicious dining all within a massive five-building complex. Directly attached to Akasaka Station on the Chiyoda subway line, it's just a few minutes' ride from the central Imperial Palace or bustling Roppongi Hills.
The newest addition to Tokyo's mini-cities owned by TV corporations, Akasaka Sacas outshines Odaiba and Shiodome in its central location and entertainment options. Designed around the TBS main headquarters, its five buildings contain a full-size theater and live venue for theatrical and musical performances. Various events are held at Sacas Plaza. If you're lucky, you may be able to see a TV show being recorded.
If more refined performances are your thing, head to the Akasaka Act Theater, where you can watch world-class theatrical performances from professional Japanese troupes. Open from 10 a.m. to last curtain call, you can purchase same-day tickets at the reception desk—keep in mind that most performances are only in Japanese.
If you've had your fill of entertainment, head back to Biz Tower to get your fill of shopping done in the main Biz Tower, where shops are open from around 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. When you're famished from shopping, browse the huge selection of dining options from around the world on the first and second basement floors. Restaurant hours are generally from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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