The Opera House, known as Opera Palace (a name chosen by the public), is a proscenium arch theatre which contains four stage areas of the same size: the main stage visible to the audience, a rear stage and left and right wings. This structure was established according to European theatre architecture specifically for opera and ballet which accommodates different productions to be presented every night. The orchestra pit has room for a full 120-person orchestra.
|1st Floor||868 seats (Including 8 seats for wheelchairs)|
|2nd Floor||354 seats|
|3rd Floor||292 seats|
|4th Floor||300 seats|
1st and 3rd floor of the theatre
On either side of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor of the theatre
Earthquake Response & Evacuation in case of Fire
This theatre is designed to withstand a major earthquake, and is structurally fire resistant.
In the event of an earthquake or the issuing of a J-Alert, please remain seated if in the auditorium, and please crouch on the floor if in the lobby. For good measure, please stay well away from any windows.
Please evacuate upon a fire, following staff instructions.
Evacuation from the Opera House (Opera Palace)
Go out to the terraces on each floor outside the Opera House surrounding the pond.
If the performance is discontinued
- 1. The lights will come on in the auditorium if a performance is discontinued.
In the case of an earthquake, please remain seated until the shaking has subsided.
In the case of strong quaking, please be aware of the falling objects.
- 2. Staff will provide instructions once the situation has been ascertained.
- 3. Please remain seated until staff issue instructions.
In the case of evacuation
following a fire
- 1. Staff will announce the commencement of evacuation.
- 2. Please exit the building, following staff guidance.
Points to note when evacuating
- 1. Please calmly leave through the exit indicated.
- 2. Please keep your ticket with you and make sure you will not lose it.