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AKB48 and its sister groups have performed many concerts since being established. Their performances  include events that repeated yearly, like the AKB48 Request Hour held in the SHIBUYA-AX concert hall. The venues where concerts are held range from medium sized concert halls to the largest stadiums in Japan. In addition, the 48 groups perform daily at separate theaters in varying locations.

Shibuya AX

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Shibuya AX

SHIBUYA-AX is the only purpose built music hall with the capacity of 1,500 in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area.

Shibuya, Tokyo
Capacity - 1,500 (Standing)
Website - Here

Tokyo Dome City Hall

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Tokyo Dome City Hall

Tokyo Dome City Hall is a small scale hall used for many sports events, fashion shows, circuses and concerts. The Tokyo Dome City Hall is located in Tokyo Dome City, and should not be confused with Tokyo Dome.

Tokyo Dome City Hall is also known as JCB Hall.

Tokyo Dome City, Tokyo
Capacity - 3,100
Website - Here

Akasaka Blitz

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Akasaka Blitz

Akasaka Blitz (赤坂BLITZ) is a music venue in the center of Tokyo, which is owned by TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System).

Akasaka Blitz opened in 1996, but was closed from 2003 to 2008 for redevelopment by TBS.

The capacity all standing is 1,298, but the all seated is 604.

Minato, Tokyo
Capacity - 1,298
Website - Here



Nippon Budoukan

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Nippon Budoukan

The Nippon Budoukan (日本武道館) is a large music venue and martial arts hall in the center of Tokyo. The Budoukan was originally built for use in the 1964 Summer Olympics, as a Judo Arena.

The Budoukan offers 360° seating, which AKB48 takes advantage of during their Janken Taikai and several concerts.

Chiyoda, Tokyo
Capacity - 14,471
Website - Here

Nissan Stadium

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Nissan Stadium

Nissan Stadium (日産スタジアム) is the largest stadium in Japan, with a capacity of over 70,000 seats.

The stadium often holds large sporting events, such as FIFA World Cups.

AKB48 is the first ever female act to hold a concert at the stadium. They are closely followed by fellow idol group, Momoiro Clover Z, who will perform at the stadium in August, 2013.

Yokohama, Kanagawa
Capacity - 72,327
Website - Here




Nippon Seinenkan

Tokyo Kosei Nenkin Kaikan

Aichi Welfare Pension Hall

Fukuoka International Congress Center

NHK Osaka Hall

Hibiya Open-Air Concert Hall

NHK Hall

Namba Hatch

Zepp Nagoya

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Zepp Nagoya

Zepp Nagoya is a medium sized music venue in Nagoya.

The venue is part of the Zepp music venue group.

The venues are a subsidiary of Sony Music Records Japan.

Nagoya, Japan
Capacity - 1,792
Website - Here

Zepp Fukuoka

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Zepp Fukuoka

Zepp Fukuoka is a medium sized music venue in Fukuoka.

The venue is part of the Zepp music venue group.

The venues are a subsidiary of Sony Music Records Japan.

Fukuoka, Japan
Capacity - 2,001
Website - Here




Fuji-Q Highland

Webster Hall

Yokohama Arena

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Yokohama Arena

Yokohama Arena (横浜アリーナ) is an indoor arena located in Yokohama, Japan.

The capacity of the arena is 17,000 and was opened in 1989. The arena was modeled after US sports venue Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Yokohama, Yokohama
Capacity - 17,000
Website - Here





Yoyogi National Stadium

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Yoyogi National Gymnasium

Yoyogi National Gymnasium (国立代々木競技場) is an arena in Yoyogi Park, Tokyo, Japan which is famous for its suspension roof design.

The arena holds 13,291 people (9,079 stand seats, 4,124 arena seats and 88 "royal box" seats) and is now primarily used for ice hockey, futsal and basketball.

Shibuya, Tokyo
Capacity - 13,291
Website -





Yakushi-ji Temple

Sands Theater

Kasairin Kaikouen

Seibu Dome

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Seibu Dome

Seibu Dome (西武ドーム) is a medium-sized dome, and baseball field, the home of the Saitama Seibu Lions.

The dome was AKB48's first dome concert.

The dome has no wall behind the stands, which allows natural air-conditioning instead of having to pay money for inside air-conditioning. This was however a disadvantage during AKB48's concert their, as the temperature was too hot, and Maeda Atsuko ended up fainting.

Tokorozawa, Saitama
Capacity - 33,921
Website - Here



Saitama Super Arena

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Saitama Super Arena

Saitama Super Arena (さいたまスーパーアリーナ) is a multi-purpose arena in Saitama, on the outskirts of Tokyo.

The arena has the possibility to range its seating capacity from 5,000 seats to 37,000 seats, depending on the requirements.

Saitama, Saitama
Capacity - 37,000
Website - Here





Tokyo Dome

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Tokyo Dome

Tokyo Dome (東京ドーム) is a large dome in Tokyo, and one of the 5 Big Domes of Japan. The dome is surrounded by Tokyo Dome City.

The Dome is home to the Yomiuri Giants, and is host to many sporting and musical events.

The Dome was set as a big goal of AKB48 since their formation, and they finally achieved it in 2012.

Bunkyo, Tokyo
Capacity - 55,000
Website - Here



Fukuoka Yahoo Auction Dome

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Fukuoka Yahoo Auction Dome

Fukuoka Yahoo Auction Dome (福岡 ヤフオク!ドーム) is a baseball field and dome in the city of Fukuoka.

The dome is home to the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks.

The dome is also one of the 5 big domes in Japan.

Chuo, Fukuoka
Capacity - 38,561
Website - Here




Sapporo Dome

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Sapporo Dome

Sapporo Dome (札幌ドーム) is a stadium used primarily for baseball and soccer.

It's home to the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters, and the Consadole Sapporo.

The dome is also one of the 5 big domes in Japan.

Toyohira, Sapporo
Capacity - 53,796
Website - Here






Osaka Kyocera Dome

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Osaka Kyocera Dome

Osaka Kyocera Dome (大阪ドーム) is a baseball stadium in Osaka.

Osaka is the home city to NMB48.

The dome is also one of the 5 big domes in Japan.

Nishi, Osaka
Capacity - 50,000
Website - Here





Nagoya Dome

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Nagoya Dome

Nagoya Dome (ナゴヤドーム) is a baseball field in Nagoya. The dome is home to the Chunichi Dragons.

The stadium is an example of a Geodesic Dome.

The dome is also one of the 5 big domes in Japan.

Nagoya, Japan
Capacity - 40,500
Website - Here






Nagoya Century Hall

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Nagoya Century Hall

Nagoya Century Hall (名古屋国際会議場) is a multi-purpose convention center in Nagoya.

The center is also called the Nagoya Congress Center.

Nagoya, Japan
Capacity - 3,000
Website - Here







Nagoya Bottom Line

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Nagoya Century Hall (ボトムライン) is a small music venue in Nagoya.

The venue is based off of a music venue by the same name, located in Greenwich Village, New York City.

Nagoya, Japan
Capacity - 1,100
Website - Here








Nagoya Diamond Hall

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Nagoya Diamond Hall (名古屋ダイアモンドホール) is a small music venue in Nagoya.

The venue is also known as CLUB DIAMOND HALL.

The venue opened in 1992.

Nagoya, Japan
Capacity - 1,000
Website - Here















Kobe Kokusaikaikan

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Kobe Kokusaikaikan (神戸国際会館) is a medium sized music venue in Kobe.

The English name of the venue is Kobe International House.

Kobe, Hyogo
Capacity - 2,112
Website - Here
















Aichi Ken Geijutsu Gekijou Dai Hall

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Aichi Ken Geijutsu Gekijou Dai Hall (愛知県芸術劇場大ホール) is a medium sized music venue in Nagoya.

The venue is situated inside of the Aichi Art Center.

Nagoya, Japan
Capacity - 2,500
Website - Here








Zepp Tokyo

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Zepp Tokyo is a medium sized music venue in Tokyo.

The venue is part of the Zepp music venue group.

The venues are a subsidiary of Sony Music Records Japan.

Tokyo, Japan
Capacity - 2,709
Website - Here





Zepp Sendai

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Zepp Sendai was a medium sized music venue in Sendai.

The venue is part of the Zepp music venue group.

The venues are a subsidiary of Sony Music Records Japan.

Sendai, Japan
Capacity - 1,500




Zepp Sapporo

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Zepp Sapporo is a medium sized music venue in Sapporo.

The venue is part of the Zepp music venue group.

The venues are a subsidiary of Sony Music Records Japan.

Tokyo, Japan
Capacity - 2,009
Website - Here






Zepp Osaka

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Zepp Osaka was a medium sized music venue in Osaka.

The venue is part of the Zepp music venue group.

The venues are a subsidiary of Sony Music Records Japan.

Tokyo, Japan
Capacity - 2200






Nippon Gaishi Hall

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Nippon Gaishi Hall (日本ガイシホール) is a large music venue in Nagoya.

The venue is known in English as the Nagoya Civic General Gymnasium.

SKE48's largest solo venue to be performed at.

Nagoya, Japan
Capacity - 10,000
Website - Here





Orix Theater

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Orix Theater (オリックス劇場) is a medium sized music venue in Osaka.

The venue has played host to many famous bands, such as Queen.

Osaka, Japan
Capacity - 2,400
Website - Here







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