How to go to a concert of Alice Project (Alice Juban, Steamgirls…)


Alice ProjectAlice Project (アリスプロジェクト) is consisting of several idol groups : Alice Juban (アリス十番), Steamgirls (スチームガールズ), Machikado Keiki Japan (街角景気☆Japan↑), Oz, Pa-Ken (ぱー研!), Armor Girls (アーマーガールズ), and more. These units hold live performances everyday at P.A.R.M.S Theater in Akihabara in Tokyo.

P.A.R.M.S Theater opened on January 4, 2013. It has capacity of 400 people, what is bigger than AKB48 Theater.

The venue is dedicated to Alice Project units.


Usually, there are 2 shows on weekdays, and 3 on weekends.

Opening hours from Monday to Friday :

Opening Start End End of the
goods sale
1st Show 17:30 17:50 19:25 20:00
2nd Show 20:15 20:30 21:40 22:25

Opening hours on Saturday and Sunday :

Opening Start End End of the
goods sale
1st Show 10:30 11:05 13:40 14:35
Free Show 14:45 15:00 16:00 16:50
2nd Show 18:00 18:15 20:50 22:05

After each performance, the fans can buy items (CD, DVD, T-shirt, …) of each group.

They can also take a photo with some members for 1000 or 2000 yen. The picture is signed by the idols.

A token given at the entrance allows them to vote for their favorite members. A ranking is regularly established.

The schedule is available on P.A.R.M.S Theater website and below :


The concert tickets can be bought at the front desk of Pasela Resorts building where the venue is located.

They are also sold by Lawson on the internet and at the convenience stores (konbini). In addition, a 500 yen drink ticket has to be bought on the door.

The price of the tickets is as follows :

Reservation Regular Buffet Ladies Children
Weekday 1,000 円 1,500 円 5,000 円 500 円
0 円
Weekend 2,500 円 3,000 円 0 円 0 円


P.A.R.M.S Theater is located in Akihabara in Tokyo. It is at the 7th floor of Pasela Resorts building.

The access is 5 minutes by foot from Akihabara station.

The address of the venue is :
Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 1-1-10

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  1. Jul3

    Saw this linked from your Anna interview. Just thought I should note that what you’ve called the “2nd stage” at weekends is actually a free show, where you don’t have to pay. They normally refer to the parts as 1st show, free show, 2nd show. Great guide though 🙂

    I’ll also add that whether you buy tickets on the door or in advance via Lawsons, you’ll need to buy a 500 yen drink ticket on the door.

    You also get a token (on all shows but the free show) to vote for your favourite member after the show. You can have your photo taken with members after the show (and for some groups like Pa-Ken! before the show) for 1000 yen, or 2000 yen for a larger photo which gets signed. They sometimes also sell DVDs of that day’s performance for 2000 yen if you hang around long enough at the end.

  2. Tetho (Post author)

    Thanks for the details.
    The text has been updated.

  3. saturnine zero

    Thanks for this guide. Used it to find the theatre and see performance tonight.

    But it was a 5:30pm Start and 7pm finish. They may have changed the times. Was a great show very fun.

    1. saturnine zero

      Meant to say, this was on a Tuesday.


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