Address：3-110-1 Noge-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama City
Opening Hours・10：00～22：00 Yokohama Nigiwai-Za is a municipal comedy theatre. It opened in Noge in 2002, specialised in comedy such as rakugo and manzai. It is progressing as a place of relaxation and liveliness, producing new comedy yet taking over the traditional one.
Closed：Irregularly closes twice a month
Up until the 15th of every month, the theatre is fully scheduled with stages by a variety of comedians, run by Nigiwai-za itself. After the 16th on, ‘Performance Hall’, ‘Small Hall’, Rehearsal Room’ and ‘Workshop Room’ are open to public and used for lots of different occasions.
Barrier free facilities
Infants: ‘Parents-kids Room’ is at the rear of the Performance Hall.
Barrier Free Information
Easily accessible to the place, building, shop with wheelchairs because there is no gap, below 2 cm if any, or because there is a ramp.
The entrance easy to go in through.
The entrance or exit is 80 cm or more in width.
Equipped with wheelchair oriented elevator. Comes with mirrors and buttons on the sides, spacious enough for wheelchair users: 140 cm in width, 135 cm in length or over, 80 cm or over of effective width at the entrance or exit.
Even better if it comes with braille or audio guide.
Equipped with western style toilets.
Equipped with wheelchair accessible toilets
Not fully accessible, but wheelchair accessible.
Meets conditions for wheelchair accessible toilets such as entering, moving from the wheelchair to the toilet, handrails, positions of switches, and certainly equipped with the means of emergency contact.
There are ones for both male and female.
Door opens up to 88cm
automatic sliding door with buttons
Equipped with infants facility.
Equipped with parking space that has sections for the disabled or has car park for adapted automobiles.
Accepts guide dogs.
Yokohama Nigiwai-Za is a municipal comedy theatre. It opened in Noge in 2002, specialised in comedy such as rakugo and manzai. It is progressing as a place of relaxation and liveliness, producing new comedy yet taking over the traditional one.