Akasaka Sacas that You Should Enjoy

Some of the exciting things to experience here include the live concert venue, "Akasaka BLITZ," "Akasaka ACT Theater," and the event square,"Sacas Plaza," which is often overflowing with people during times when events are being held. In addition to the business office, "Akasaka Biz Tower" has various restaurants and cafes with the theme of "world food," starting from the first basement floor to the second floor above ground.

TBS Broadcasting Center

TBS
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Anyone can enter the first floor of "TBS Broadcasting Center," which is the symbol of Akasaka Sacas!

Mynavi BLITZ Akasaka

An epicenter of music and entertainment. With a stage and floor in close proximity, the latest acoustic equipment, Akasaka BLITZ is a venue with a capacity of up to 1,000 people. Since entrance is based on a “one drink” system, a drink fee (usually 500 yen) is collected separately from the ticket fee and is exchanged for a drink coin. After entering, you can exchange the coin for drinks at the drink corner. The coin locker is also somewhat narrow, before entering, on the right side, after climbing the stairway (from the Akasaka ACT Theater direction) from the entrance. Although it is temporarily closed before opening, it will be possible to put items in and out again after opening. After opening, you can enter the coin locker via the outdoor passage from inside the venue.

TBS Akasaka ACT Theater

A theater where you can enjoy musicals, plays, concerts, and more.

You can purchase opera glasses at "ACT Cafe," which opens on the first floor before opening and during breaks. Here, the original menu for each program will also appear. There are also throw blankets available for rent that you can utilize on a chilly day at the theater.

Outdoor Skating White Sacas

White Sacas
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Each winter, "Sacas Plaza," the 1,190 square meters spread across the entrance of the Akasaka TBS Broadcasting Center, becomes what is known as "White Sacas," one of Tokyo's largest outdoor ice-skating areas.

During this annual event, visitors enjoy ice skating until 9PM, while watching the LED powered illuminations and the night view of the building.

Highlights that change according to the season

About 100 cherry trees are growing in Akasaka Sacas, which are cherished for its cherry blossoms in the spring and approximately 16.7 million LEDs in the winter.

Spot information

  • Spot name: Akasaka Sacas
  • Street address: 5-3 Akasaka Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
  • Access: Right outside of exit 3a/3b of Akasaka Station on the Chiyoda Line, 8 minute walk from Akasaka-mitsuke Station on the Marunouchi Line or the Ginza Line, or 7 minute walk from the #7 exit of Tameike-Sannō Station on the Nanboku Line or the Ginza Line 
  • Opening Hours (

    Every year from late November until around February the following year)
    • Weekdays:12:00~21:00
    • Weekends and Holidays:11:00~21:00
  • Price
    • Skating Fee: Adult (high school age and above) 1,200 yen. Child (junior high school age and below): 600 yen
    • Skate rental fee: 500 yen

※Wearing gloves is required while skating

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