MAGCUL マグカル

MAGCUL(MAGNET+CULTURE)
the media for art, culture and events in Kanagawa prefecture.
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横須賀芸術劇場
  • YOKOSUKA ARTS THEATRE
  • YOKOSUKA ARTS THEATRE
  • YOKOSUKA ARTS THEATRE
  • YOKOSUKA ARTS THEATRE
  • YOKOSUKA ARTS THEATRE

The Yokosuka Performing Arts Theater was established in February 1994 on the site of EM Club (US Navy Troops Club), the birthplace of postwar Japanese jazz, as a place that connects people and culture that enrich the lives of Yokosuka citizens. Opened The EM club is the birthplace of jazz in Japan after the war, and world-famous entertainers such as Louis Armstrong often visited for performance right after the end of the war. Also, George Kawaguchi, Nobuo Hara, and other musicians that represent Japan in the latter years performed hot music, and the music of the authentic American scent was being sent nationwide.

It consists of a theater with two different faces, a large theater (Yokosuka Arts Theater) and a small theater (Yokosuka Bayside Pocket). As a symbol of Yokosuka, it is a base for <artistic culture and liveliness>.

  • Address
    3-27 Honmachi, Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • TEL
    046-828-1600
  • Business Hour
    [Closed] Second Wednesday of every month, and year-end and New Year holidays
  • Parking Area
    Available (Paid underground parking lot <Bay Square Parking>) *The underground parking lot is a general parking lot, so it may be very crowded depending on the day of the week and time of day. Please be aware that you may not be able to park a car that exceeds 1.7 m in height.

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