The second floor theater was one of the few theaters standing Tokyo after the 1923 earthquake. It hosted a variety of performances, including modern Japanese plays, music concerts and lm shows, and helped keep Tokyo’s theater tradition alive during hard times.The Imperial housed not only many of the city’s most spacious and fully appointed ballrooms, it also housed a huge state-of-the-art dining room. Its Peacock Ballroom was the scene of wildly popular pre-war dance parties that were discontinued as the nation grew closer to wartime.T h e I m p e r i a l H o t e l T h e a t e rD r a m a11

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