Hello! Project groups have performed at many different concert venues since 1998. This page is to list the most commonly used, and prominent venues.

Aichi-ken Geijutsu Gekijou Dai HallEdit


Aichi-ken Geijutsu Gekijou Dai Hall

Aichi-ken Geijutsu Gekijou Dai Hall (愛知県芸術劇場 大ホール) AKA Aichi Arts Center in Aichi prefecture.

Capacity: 2,500
Wikipedia: English, Japanese

Fukuoka Shinmin KaikanEdit


Fukuoka Shinmin Kaikan

Fukuoka Shinmin Kaikan (福岡市民会館) AKA Fukuoka Civic Hall in Fukuoka prefecture.

Capacity: 1,770
Wikipedia: Japanese

Gunma Beishia Bunka Hall Dai HallEdit

Gunma Beishia Bunka Hall Dai Hall (ベイシア文化ホール大ホール) in Gunma prefecture.

Capacity: 1,997
Wikipedia: Japanese

Harmony Hall Zama Dai HallEdit


Harmony Hall Zama Dai Hall

Harmony Hall Zama Dai Hall (ハーモニーホール座間 大ホール) AKA 座間市立市民文化会館 in Kanagawa prefecture.

Capacity: 1,310
Wikipedia: Japanese

Hibiya YaonEdit


Hibiya Yaon

Hibiya Outdoor Theater (日比谷野音) is a historic outdoor venue located in Tokyo originally built in 1905. The venue was destroyed and rebuilt following the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923.

Chiyoda, Tokyo
Capacity - 3,119

Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen HBG HallEdit


Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen HBG Hall

Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen HBG Hall (広島文化学園HBGホール) AKA Hiroshima-shi Bunka Kouryuu Kaikan (広島市文化交流会館) in Hiroshima prefecture.

Capacity: 2,001
Wikipedia: Japanese

Houzan HallEdit


Houzan Hall

Houzan Hall (宝山ホール) AKA Kagoshima-ken Bunka Center (鹿児島県文化センター) in Kagoshima prefecture.

Capacity: 1,612
Wikipedia: Japanese

Ibaraki Kenritsu Kenmin Bunka Center Dai HallEdit


Ibaraki Kenritsu Kenmin Bunka Center Dai Hall

Ibaraki Kenritsu Kenmin Bunka Center Dai Hall (茨城県立県民文化センター大ホール) in Ibaraki prefecture.

Capacity: 1,514
Wikipedia: Japanese

Kawaguchi Lilia Main HallEdit


Kawaguchi Lilia Main Hall

Kawaguchi Lilia Main Hall (川口リリアメインホール) AKA Kawaguchi Sougou Bunka Center (川口総合文化センター) in Saitama prefecture.

Capacity: 2,002
Wikipedia: Japanese

Kawaguchiko Stellar TheaterEdit

Kawaguchiko Stellar Theater (河口湖ステラシアター) in Yamanishi prefecture.

Capacity: 3,000
Wikipedia: Japanese

Kanazawa Eight HallEdit

Kanazawa Eight Hall (金沢Eight Hall) in Ishikawa prefecture.

Capacity: 500

Kishiwada Shiritsu Namikiri HallEdit


Kishiwada Shiritsu Namikiri Hall

Kishiwada Shiritsu Namikiri Hall (岸和田市立浪切ホール) in Osaka prefecture.

Capacity: 1,552
Wikipedia: Japanese

Kobe Kokusai Kaikan Kokusai HallEdit

Kobe Kokusai Kaikan Kokusai Hall (神戸国際会館こくさいホール) in Hyogo prefecture.

Capacity: 2,112
Wikipedia: Japanese

Kochi X-pt.Edit

Kochi X-pt. (高知X-pt.) also known as Kochi Cross Point is a live house venue in Kochi prefecture that opened its doors in 2006.

Capacity: 500
Website: Here

Midland Square Cinema 2Edit

Midland Square Cinema 2 (ミッドランドスクエアシネマ2) is a movie theater in Aichi, Nagoya. In July 2016, it was announced that Hello! Project and BOYS AND MEN would be holding events at the theater starting in late August of that year.

Capacity: 90~296
Website: Here

Morioka Shimin Bunka HallEdit

Morioka Shimin Bunka Hall (盛岡市民文化ホール) in Iwate prefecture.

Capacity: 1,510


Mt.RAINIER Hall, also known as Mt.RAINIER HALL SHIBUYA PLEASURE PLEASURE, is a venue in Shibuya, Tokyo that opened its doors in 2010. Due to its limited seating, it is most commonly used by indie or lesser-known artists.
In recent years, Hello! Project members have been hosting their birthday events here.

Shibuya, Tokyo
Capacity - 318
Website - Here

Nakano Sun PlazaEdit

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Nakano Sun Plaza

Nakano Sun Plaza (中野サンプラザ) is a hotel in Nakano, Tokyo. The hotel includes a concert hall, the Nakano Sun Plaza Hall.

Built in 1973, this concert hall seats 2,222 people and attracts performers from around the world

Nakano, Tokyo
Capacity - 2,222
Website - Here

NHK Osaka HallEdit

NHK Osaka Hall (NHK大阪ホール) in Osaka prefecture opened its doors in 2001.

Capacity: 1,417
Wikipedia: English, Japanese

Niigata Prefectural Civic Center Dai HallEdit


Niigata Prefectural Civic Center Dai Hall

Niigata Prefectural Civic Center Dai Hall (新潟県民会館 大ホール) in Niigata prefecture.

Capacity: 1,730
Wikipedia: English, Japanese

Nippon BudokanEdit

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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.

Chiyoda, Tokyo
Capacity - 14,471
Website - Here

Nippon Tokushutogyo Shimin Kaikan Forest HallEdit

Nippon Tokushutogyo Shimin Kaikan Forest Hall (日本特殊陶業市民会館フォレストホール) AKA NTK Hall in Aichi prefecture.

Capacity: 2,291
Wikipedia: Japanese

Nitori Bunka HallEdit


Nitori Bunka Hall

Nitori Bunka Hall (ニトリ文化ホール), also known as the Sapporo Geijutsu Bunka Noyakata (さっぽろ芸術文化の館) is a venue in Hokkaido prefecture that opened its doors in 1971.

Capacity: 2,300
Wikipedia: English, Japanese

Okayama Shinmin KaikanEdit


Okayama Shinmin Kaikan

Okayama Shinmin Kaikan (岡山市民会館) AKA Okayama Civic Hall in Okayama prefecture.

Capacity: 1,718
Wikipedia: Japanese

Olympus Hall HachioujiEdit


Olympus Hall Hachiouji

Olympus Hall Hachiouji (オリンパスホール八王子) AKA Hachiouji Shimin Kaikan (八王子市民会館) in Tokyo prefecture.

Capacity: 2,021
Wikipedia: Japanese

ORIX TheaterEdit

ORIX Theater (オリックス劇場) is a venue in Osaka prefecture that opened its doors in 1968.

Capacity: 2,400
Wikipedia: Japanese

Osaka Kyocera DomeEdit

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Osaka Kyocera Dome

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

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

Nishi, Osaka
Capacity - 50,000
Website - Here

  • Hello! Project Daiundōkai (November 3, 2002)
  • Hello! Project Sports Festival 2003 (November 16, 2003)

Pacifico Yokohama Denshi HallEdit


Pacifico Yokohama Denshi Hall

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Pacifico Yokohama Kokuritsu Dai HallEdit

Pacifico Yokohama Kokuritsu Dai Hall (パシフィコ横浜国立大ホール) in Kanagawa prefecture.

Capacity: 5,002
Wikipedia: Japanese

Saitama Super ArenaEdit

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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

Sendai Izumiti 21 Dai HallEdit

Sendai Izumiti 21 Dai Hall (仙台イズミティ21大ホール) AKA Sendai-shi Izumi Bunka Souzou Center (仙台市泉文化創造センター) in Miyagi prefecture.

Capacity: 1,456
Wikipedia: Japanese

Sendai Sunplaza HallEdit


Sendai Sunplaza Hall

Sendai Sunplaza Hall (仙台サンプラザホール) in Miyagi prefecture.

Capacity: 2,710
Wikipedia: Japanese

Shizuoka Shinmin Bunka Kaikan Dai HallEdit


Shizuoka Shinmin Bunka Kaikan Dai Hall

Shizuoka Shinmin Bunka Kaikan Dai Hall (静岡市民文化会館 大ホール) AKA Shizuoka City Culture Hall in Shizuoka prefecture.

Capacity: 1,968
Wikipedia: Japanese

Shunan-shi Bunka KaikanEdit


Shunan-shi Bunka Kaikan

Shunan-shi Bunka Kaikan (周南市文化会館) in Yamaguchi prefecture.

Capacity: 1,800
Wikipedia: Japanese

Sunport Hall Takamatsu Dai HallEdit


Sunport Hall Takamatsu Dai Hall

Sunport Hall Takamatsu Dai Hall (サンポートホール高松 大ホール) AKA Takamatsu-shi Bunka Geijutsu Hall (松市文化芸術ホール) in Kagawa prefecture.

Capacity: 1,500
Wikipedia: Japanese

Takamatsu Olive HallEdit

Takamatsu Olive Hall (高松オリーブホール) in Kagawa prefecture.

Capacity: 350
Wikipedia: Japanese

Tokyo DomeEdit


Tokyo Dome

Tokyo Dome (東京ドーム) is a large dome in Tokyo. 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 is also one of the 5 big domes in Japan.

Bunkyo, Tokyo
Capacity - 42,000
Website - Here

  • Hello! Project Sports Festival 2003 (November 22, 2003)

Tokyo Dome City HallEdit


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

Toyama MAIROEdit

Toyama MAIRO (富山MAIRO) in Toyama prefecture.

Capacity - 200
Website - Here

Toyota StadiumEdit

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Toyota Stadium

Toyota Stadium (豊田スタジアム) is a 45,000 seat retractable roof stadium in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It was built in 2001 and is often used as home to the J. League club Nagoya Grampus.

Toyota, Aichi
Capacity - 45,000
Website -

  • Hello! Project Sports Festival 2004 (November 14, 2004)

Utsunomiya-shi Bunka Kaikan Dai HallEdit


Utsunomiya-shi Bunka Kaikan Dai Hall

Utsunomiya-shi Bunka Kaikan Dai Hall (宇都宮市文化会館大ホール) in Tochigi prefecture.

Capacity: 2,000
Wikipedia: English, Japanese

Yamagin Hall (Yamagata-ken Kenmin Kaikan)Edit


Yamagin Hall (Yamagata-ken Kenmin Kaikan)

Yamagin Hall (Yamagata-ken Kenmin Kaikan) (やまぎんホール(山形県県民会館)) in Yamagata prefecture.

Capacity: 1,700
Wikipedia: Japanese

Yokohama ArenaEdit

Yokohama arena

Yokohama Arena Main Entrance

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

Yokohama BLITZEdit

Yokohama Blitz (横浜BLITZ) is a live house venue in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan that opened its doors in November 2004. Among Hello! Project groups, the venue commonly hosts fanclub and birthday events.

Capacity - 1,700

Yoyogi National StadiumEdit

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Yoyogi National Stadium

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 -

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