Highlights: An all-Western-style theater built in Japan in 1911, it is currently one of the best theaters in Japan for large-scale performances such as stage plays, musicals, etc. There are also endless masterpieces born here. The early Imperial Theater was in the style of the Renaissance. As a symbol of the beginning of Japan's golden consumption era, it mainly staged operas and Shakespeare plays. The current Imperial Theater was redesigned and rebuilt by architect Jirou Taniguchi in 1966. It is still dreamy in its simplicity. The century-old Imperial Theater is still one of the representative performance stages in Japan today. In 1924, the famous Peking Opera star Mei Lanfang was invited to perform in 15 consecutive performances; and now the Empire Theater is the fixed stage of SHOCK where Johnny's Domoto Koichi acts and serves as the chairperson every year, Takizawa Hideaki's "Takizawa Revolution" and "Takizawa Revolution". Johnny's fixed the stage of the musical DreamBoy, which is regarded by many fans as one of the famous places of worship in Tokyo. In addition, various repertoires have been staged in succession, such as the world-famous "Miss Saigon", and "The Royal Armament" (generally translated as "The Nile Daughter" in Chinese) adapted from the comics of Longevity Girls. The attendance rate is very high, and the actors have become Proud of the "seatmaster" of the imperial drama (equivalent to the starring role of this drama, who needs to bear the box office, popularity and other factors of the starring drama).