Game Symphony Japan is a tour of concerts, whose first symphony concert features music from Final Fantasy VII. It was held in Tokyo on June 21st 2014, featuring pieces by the composer of Final Fantasy VII, Nobuo Uematsu, who also served as executive music advisor for Game Symphony Japan and made an appearance at the performance, which was conducted by Kenichi Shimura. The performance took place at the Suntory Hall in Tokyo's Akasaka neighborhood.
The organizers set out to recreate the Final Fantasy VII narrative through the musical selection to give the sensation of playing through the game. Ticket prices ranged from 6,500 to 10,000 yen (US$64–$98), depending on seat location.