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It opened under the name Shintomiza (新富座) as a playhouse in Ujiyamada city, Mie Prefecture in 1927. Shintomiza shifted from playhouse to movie theater in 1953. The former name is Shintomi Movie Theater (進富映画劇場) (1953-1956), Ise Toei (伊勢東映) (1956-1983), Rec (レック) (1983-1997), Ise Écrin (伊勢エクラン) (1997-2002). Ise Écrin changed to current name in 2002.
It is one of the only independent movie theaters in Japan that is not located in a major metropolis. Shintomiza has 2 screens.
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