CITTA' group; our mission is to offer fresh impression and vigor to the city through entertainment and culture.
We began managing movie theaters since, starting from Nipori, Tokyo.

The 1920s

1922 (Taisho 11)
We start making entertainment and encourage citizen based town in Nippori and began managing the movie theaters.
1923 (Taisho 12)
We promptly revived most of the movie theaters after the Great Kanto Earthquake, which the original theaters were destroyed by fire.

The 1930s

1936 (Showa 11)
We start the plans for making movie theaters in Kawasaki, with its population of 170,000.
1939 (Showa 14)
We opened movie theaters in sequence, "Kawasaki silver constellation" as a start, and by this year, Kawasaki movie street had 6 buildings in total.

The 1940s

1941 through 1945 (from 1941 to 2008)
The number of movie theaters expands to 27, including halls which we ran indirectly.
1945 (Showa 20)
Almost all movie theaters disappeared during the bombing in Tokyo. We work out a revival plan to open them again in Kawasaki.

The 1950s

1950 (Showa 25)
6 movie theaters were build at east side of Kamata station.

The 1960s

1964 (Showa 39)
"Kawasaki Misu bowling center" opens.
1965 (Showa 40)
Misu sports center (from 1988 to 2000 Athlecitta' Kawasaki) opens.
1968 (Showa 43)
Kawasaki's first disco opens.

The 1970s

1971 (Showa 46)
Kamata Misu bowl (the existing ATHLECITTA') opens.

The 1980s

1987 (Showa 62)
First Japanese multiplex theater "CINECITTA'" opens.
1988 (Showa 63)
Pioneer music club "CLUB CITTA'" of a large live hall opens.

The 1990-2000 generation

2002 (Heisei 14)
2003 (Heisei 15)
Multiplex theater "CINECITTA'" achieves the best numbers in Japan continued for the next four years. (~2006)
November, 2011 (Heisei 23)
New entertainment area "Arena CITTA'" Futsal coat opens.
THE HISTORY OF CITTA' CITTA' group, history gallery