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Welcome to the stages of
SHIKI

Now Playing

The Lion King

The Lion King is an epic musical that plays out under the brightly-shining sun on the plains of Africa, around its central theme: The Circle of Life.

CATS

Open the door to the auditorium and enter the world of CATS

Aladdin

A young man, a princess, and a genie set on a quest for freedom and the future – Their destiny drawn together by the Magic Lamp!

The Little Mermaid

A mystic world beneath the sea which surpasses imagination – THE LITTLE MERMAID, a new musical dimension presented by Shiki and Disney

The Phantom of the Opera

The ultimate love story brought back to life with the beautiful melodies by the maestro of musicals, Andrew Lloyd-Webber

The Hunchback of
Notre Dame

A solemn drama of light and darkness, based on the masterpiece of the world-renowned literary master Victor Hugo

About SHIKI

Conveying
“the excitement of life” and “the joy of living”

The Shiki Theatre Company was founded on the Bastille Day, July 14, 1953, by a group of ten university students, who aspired to bring about a revolution in the theatrical world.
Since then, for more than 60 years, the company has grown into an organization of some 1,300 people, including actors, technical and management staff. Today, it is one of the largest theatrical groups in Japan.

How to Get Tickets

You can get Tickets for shows at any time on-line 24 hours a day. See below for how to get tickets.

Services for Foreign Visitors

In some of our theatres, “subtitle glasses” that display subtitles in front of the wearer’s eyes are available for rent, to enable tourists visiting Japan from overseas to enjoy The Shiki Theatre productions in comfort.
As well as English, Chinese and Korean are also supported. We hope that you will avail yourself of this service.

Supported languages
  • English
  • Chinese(tradition/simplified)
  • Korean
  • Japanese
Theatres and productions supported The Hokkaido Shiki Theatre (Sapporo), The Lion King
*As of February 28, 2018
*The number of subtitle glasses available for rent is limited. Priority will be given to those who have reserved in advance.
*Age of wearer: 7 years and over
Rental fee / deposit Rental fee for subtitle glasses: 2,000 yen (inc. tax, cash payment only on day of performance, deposit required)
 N.B.: Payment method: cash only (N.B.: payment method: cash or credit card)
 N.B.: A 10,000 yen deposit is required when renting.
 N.B.: In the event that the subtitle glasses are broken, a fee of 10,000 yen will be charged when they are returned.
How to rent Reservations
  • Foreign subtitles can be reserved at JAPANiCAN.com, the travel website for foreign visitors, by reserving S-seat tickets and loan of “subtitle glasses” as a set.

(search “The Lion King”)

Rental on day of performance
  • Subtitles glasses can be rented at the theatre on the day of the performance if the theatre still has availability.
  • Please apply at the “Rental counter” in the foyer of the theatre up to 20 minutes prior to the start of the performance.
  • In addition to the rental fee of 2,000 yen (inc. tax, cash payment only), a cash deposit of 10,000 yen is also payable.

Subtitle System Service partner: Evixar Inc.
Earphone Guide Co., Ltd.

Subtitle glasses (N.B.: Actual glasses may vary)

Wearing subtitle glasses (N.B.: simulated image)

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