Tickets can be purchased in advanced or at the door. Performances are scheduled at 11:00-15:00 and 16:30-20:30. You can purchase tickets upon arrival at B2F ticketing office (by the elevator of the third exit in Higashi-ginza Station). Tickets purchased at door are subject to availability. If you don't want to commit to the full 4-hour performance, you can purchase a Single Act Ticket for a section of the show. Because of the popularity of Kabuki in Japan, tickets usually have to be booked at least a month in advance in order to see your favorite performers and shows. The most expensive seats are at first floor, while the cheapest seats are at third floor.
The most quintessential Kabuki show in Tokyo can be found in Kabukiza Theater. The well-known Geisha culture is originated from Kabuki. Kabukiza Theater a gigantic performing center, with a capacity of 2000 people, located in Ginza. Kabukiza Theater delivers supreme Kabuki shows in Tokyo to the public all year round. It was originally built in 1889 during the Meiji period. However, it was closed down for reconstruction several times before finally reopened to the public in 2013.
Kabuki shows in Tokyo