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Panoramic View of ROHM Theatre

Main Hall

A large 2,005-seat hall with a 4-tier balcony structure. Supports a variety of concerts (i.e. jazz, classic, rock) as well as global performing arts such as ballet and opera.
Features include high production flexibility. And despite the large space, it evokes a sense of unity and intimacy that shortens the distance between the stage and rear seats.

South Hall

A multipurpose 716-seat hall designed for general theater, concerts, ceremonies, etc. It is possible to remove the entire floor and expand the stage by also removing the seats. Provides a flexible space for carrying out experimental trials.

North Hall

In addition to functioning as a rehearsal room (with a mirror on the wall), it can be used as a small 200-seat hall for holding concerts and plays. With a fully flat structure, the seating and stage depends on performance direction. Its small space is ideal for hosting civic exchanges and experimental trials.

Park Plaza

This new multi-use facility includes a restaurant and café that provides spaces for rest and relaxation as well as the Music Salon, a permanent fixture that allows visitors to interact with music in its various forms.

Music Salon Events

A facility that allows users to interact with music in its various forms, the salon includes a viewing function with a large screen for watching operas, orchestras, and other performances along with an exhibit area for showcasing music-related materials from concerts and seminars.

3rd Floor East Side, Park Plaza, ROHM Theatre Kyoto
Regular Holidays:
Open year-round except for special holidays
Business Hours:
10:00 to 17:00
Free (But tickets may be required in some cases)

Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, the above information is subject to change. Please click here for the latest information on Music Salon.


A public walkway with information center (including ticket booth) that allows visitors to pass from Reisendori to Nijodori

ROHM Square

An outdoor event area where, together with the adjacent Okazaki Park, visitors can come and relax.


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