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See SAKURA – JAPAN IN THE BOX, the new fusion of traditional Japanese music and Anime. Don’t miss your opportunity to see this brand-new stage show in Tokyo.
- A full-scale musical with fusion of Japanese tradition and modern pop culture, anime, J-Rock!
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- Thrill at the battle scenes of Samurai and Ninja with amazing projection mapping on stage!
- English and Chinese subtitles available on the smartphone app
- Feel free to take pictures during the show!
Please follow the map we will send you. This is a self-guided experience.
*Children over 4 years old require a ticket.
(Lap child/children under the age of 4 do not require a ticket. If they want their own seat, a ticket is required.)
*Please print your booking confirmation email or show it on your smartphone to the theater staff when you arrive. Please note that you may not be allowed to enter without this confirmation email.
*Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the show starts.
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The show was very entertaining. The dancing was great, and the costumes were fab, though the storyline wasn't always very clear. A great show.
Hui Ying (Katie)
Entertaining and Interactive
Good evening out. Was impressed with the gymnastics and interactive bits; even when they dropped "sakura blossoms" on us. Was great to see a cast of all women with different shapes and sizes and talents.
Don't think its storyline. Just feel it. It is fun!
It could be better if it has a storyline, but you can see many things about Japan at once here.
Very vibrant performance
In general, this is a very vibrant and entertaining performance. Combining every element of what Japan's known to the world. The 4 seasons, anime, technology and also traditional culture. However, I found that the storyline is a little bit jumbled and confusing. But it is still an interesting performance to watch when you are in Japan.
Magical experience for the family
What a wonderful and magical night we experienced. It's the only shoe you need to see. It has tradition, anime, instruments, singing, beautiful costumes. Everything! It is perfect for children!
Really cool experience
I'm sure there was some sort of storyline, but I have no idea what it was. I just thoroughly enjoyed the music, the dancing, and the spectacle. It's a bit out of the way as far as touristy spots, but it's worth the train ride.
An interesting concept...
I got the tickets for free and went there with my bf. The show had some interesting parts but it lacks a good storyline.