28th Tokyo International Film Festival

TIFF2015 presents Special Night Event at Kabukiza Theatre



Director:Akira Kurosawa

Drama Comedy

10/26 17:30-    

58min. Japanese B&W | 1945 Japan | Distributor in Japan : Toho Co., Ltd.

≪Ticket Information≫
◆Ticket Phone Shochiku (10:00 - 18:00)
+81(0)570-000-489 (Navi-Dial) or +81(0)3-6745-0888 / +81(0)6-6530-0333
Notes: Sales and ticket claim at the theater will be available from 10:00 am on Oct. 5. Please be careful to dial the correct number.

◆Ticket Web Shochiku (at all hours except Oct. 3)

◆Ticket Board
Online Reservation
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※ticket board information center:TEL 0570-006-506(PHS/IPphone:0986-46-2672)
Out of service on Sunday, Monday, and public holidays.
Available all day during TIFF.


Musical comedy based on the Kabuki "Kanjincho" and the Noh "Ataka". Akira Kurosawa wanted to make a film in the Age of Provincial Wars, but shoot it in a studio due to war time shortages. Released immediately after the GHQ occupation.
with English Subtitle

Schedule & TicketData

Kabukiza Theatre

10/26 17:30 - (58min)

Tickets ¥10000(Tax included)

Situation of seats

◎: Situation of seats  △: Only few seats left  ✕: Internet and Box Office tickets are sold out

* Tickets for some screenings/programs may be available even after sold out.

How to Buy

* Tickets for some screenings/programs may be available even after sold out.

Tickets Primary Sale from 12:00on October 10th!
Tickets Secondary Sale from 10:00on October 20th!
Online & Telephone Reservation!! Tickets for some sold out screening may be available at secondary sale.
Tickets for some screening sold out on or after October 20th may be available even after sold out.

Online Reservation

Get a ticket board membership through your mobile phone, smartphone or PC.
Service Hours: 24 hours a day from 12:00 on Oct. 10 until 20 min. after the last screening on Oct. 31

Telephone Reservation : Oct. 10~Oct. 26
0570-009-300  From PHS/IP Phone :0986-30-4037

An operator will assist your purchase.
Service Hours:10:00 - 20:00 every day except Oct. 10 (12:00 - 20:00)

On Sale at venue counters

* With the exception of Special Night Event at Kabukiza Theater and Orson Welles: The Known and the Unknown at The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, National Film Center
* Same-day tickets for fully-booked screenings will not be sold.

TOHO CINEMAS Roppongi Hills Oct.22 - from 9:30 am
Shinjuku WALD 9 / Shinjuku Piccadilly / TOHO CINEMAS Shinjuku Oct. 23 - from 9:30 am

Until 20 min. after the start of the venue's last screening of the day
* Tickets for TIFF other venue are also sold here.

ticket board Information Center
0570-006-506 (From PHS/IP Phone 0986-46-2672) An operator will assist you.

Service Hours:
12:00 - 18:00

Out of service on Sunday, Monday and public holidays. Available all day during TIFF.

* Local phone rate will be charged for calls from home phones and pay phones.


* We do not accept a change, cancellation, refund, etc. after purchase, after an application

* 1 screening to four per person

* Purchase of Opening/Closing/Special Screenings tickets are limited to 2 tickets per person.

* On your note, please apply sufficient screenings date and time.

* Online Ticket purchase allows seating bookings on display, however the function may not be accessible depending on versions and combinations of OS and browsers. In such a case changing the browser or purchase methods (PC, mobile / smart phone or telephone) is recommended.

* There is a case to change without notice Schedule.

* TOHO CINEMAS Roppongi Premium Box Seat costs ¥1000 more and Premium Luxury Seat costs ¥3000 more than each price above listed.

* All screenings of TIFF are not eligible for TOHO Cinema Mileage.

* TIFF Tickets are not valid for parking services of all venues.

* The Tokyo Metropolitan Government's Ordinance for Healthy Youth Development prohibits individuals under age of 18 from being at theaters from 23:00 to 4:00. This also applies when these individuals are accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Akira Kurosawa

Born in 1910. He directed 30 films after his debut Sanshiro Sugata (1943). He has been internationally acclaimed after Rashomon won Golden Lion at the Venice and Academy Honorary Award in 1951. His films, pursuing the very foundation of films as composite art with thorough direction to penetrate into people's mind, beautiful artwork, and impressive use of music, continue to be admired both in Japan and abroad even after his death.

Director/Screenplay : Akira Kurosawa
Producer : Motohiko Ito

Denjiro Okochi
Susumu Fujita
Kenichi Enomoto

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