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.

Main Hall

Photo : Shigeo Ogawa

Main Hall

Photo : Shigeo Ogawa

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.

South Hall

Photo : Shigeo Ogawa

South Hall

Photo : Shigeo Ogawa

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.

North Hall

Photo : Shigeo Ogawa

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.

Park Plaza

Photo : Shigeo Ogawa

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.

Location  :  3rd Floor East Side, Park Plaza, ROHM Theatre Kyoto
Regular Holidays  :  Open year-round except for special holidays
Business Hours  :  10:00 to 19:00
Fees  :  Free (But tickets may be required in some cases)
Music Salon
Music Salon

Promenade

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

Promenade

Photo : Shigeo Ogawa

Promenade

Photo : Shigeo Ogawa

ROHM Square

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

ROHM Square

Photo : Shigeo Ogawa