Superkabuki II   One Piece
FILM screening of a 2015 live performance in Tokyo!


Date: November 27, 2016 (Sunday)     


Screening times (Runtime: 118mins.):

10:00AM / 1:30PM

Japanese with English subtitles


Location: TCL Chinese 6 Theatres
(Hollywood & Highland, 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028)
Movie theatre is to the right of the famous handprints

Parking will be scarce due to that evening’s Christmas Parade on Hollywood Blvd. Please check the street closure information before you leave home. There is a metro station right next to the theatre (Hollywood/Highland).


Admission: FREE


This Event is FULL

*Audience members who reserve a seat in advance will be let into the theatre first. Five minutes before the screening starts, walk-ins will be allowed into the theatre. We can only guarantee your seat if you reserve a spot and arrive at least 5 minutes early.


What is Kabuki?

The all-male kabuki theater has existed for more than 400 years, and it remains Japan's most popular form of theater. The genre combines dance, music, dynamic action, and picturesque poses. Kabuki has created urban heroes, legendary characters, iconic courtesans, princesses - and a whole culture of stardom.

What is Cinema Kabuki?

Since 2005, Kabuki production company Shochiku Co. Ltd. has released Cinema Kabuki which offers English speakers the unique opportunity to experience full-scale Kabuki performances by some of Japan's biggest stars in high definition on the big screen with English subtitles. This, however, is no regular film screening; Cinema Kabuki allows the audience to vividly experience the excitement of the live stage through the full use and wide-range capability of high-definition (HD) images and 6-channel sound. Enjoy the authenticity of Kabuki as if you were sitting in the best seat of the Metropolitan Opera House!

What is Cinema Kabuki "ONE PIECE"?

"ONE PIECE" is Japan's top-selling manga of all time, and one of its most beloved. This high fantasy saga is about a super-powered young man who travels as a pirate from island to island on an ocean planet. His pirate crew is as lovable as it is eccentric, and the story will make you laugh and cry.

Cinema Kabuki "ONE PIECE" introduces kabuki theatre to a new generation. The play showcases elements of traditional kabuki: acting style, classical language, set design, costume elements, and more. The plot is from a specific "ONE PIECE" storyline that happens in the middle of the long saga – The Paramount War. It covers volumes 51 to 60 of the manga and episodes 457 to 489 of the anime.

"ONE PIECE" fans are highly encouraged to attend. Eiichiro Oda, creator of One Piece himself publically stated, “IT WAS TOO SPECTACULAR I didn’t want to leave the kabuki theatre!! …Everyone, YOU SHOULD SEE IT!!!”

Audience members unfamiliar with "ONE PIECE" may struggle to follow the story, but will enjoy the spectacle enormously!








Please come wearing your favorite "ONE PIECE" cosplay! Outside the theatre there will be a COSPLAY CORNER with Monkey D.Luffy, Roronoa Zoro, Trafalgar Law, Tony Tony Chopper, Portgas D. Ace and marine cosplay pieces that you can try on. Take a selfie in front of our special Japan Foundation backdrop, upload it to twitter with the hashtag #onepiecekabuki, and the most popular photo will win ALL of our cosplay pieces! There will also be professional One Piece cosplayers with whom you can take photos!!



Hollywood Christmas Parade Street Closure Information:




  • All lanes of Hollywood Blvd., Vine Street, and Sunset Blvd., will be closed along the parade route; posted parking restrictions will be in effect.


The following streets will be closed for staging areas from 6:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 27, 2016:

  • Fountain Ave., DeLongpre Ave., Sunset Blvd., Hawthorn Ave., and Hollywood Blvd. will be closed between LaBrea Ave. and Highland Ave.
  • Lanewood Avenue from LaBrea Ave. to Orange Dr.
  • El Cerrito from Franklin Ave. to Hollywood Blvd.
  • Sycamore Ave. from Franklin Ave. to Fountain Ave.
  • Orange Dr. from Hollywood Blvd. south to Fountain Ave.
  • Note that Sycamore Ave. will have posted “No Parking” from 12:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 26 and Sunday, November 27.






The following streets comprise the parade route (the parade begins at 6:00 p.m.):


  • Hollywood Blvd., from Orange Dr. to Vine Street.
  • Vine Street, from Hollywood Blvd. to Sunset Blvd.
  • Sunsetr Blvd. from Vine Street to Orange Dr.


The following streets will be closed for disbanding areas until 11:00 p.m.:


  • Orange Dr. from Fountain Ave. to Santa Monica Blvd.
  • Mansfield Ave. from DeLongpre Ave. to Fountain Ave.
  • Sunset Blvd. from Orange Dr. to LaBrea Ave.


Produced by Shochiku Co., Ltd.