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Feel the KABUKI World!!!

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Are you feeling good??
Today I would like to introduce to enjoy the Kabuki in Japan.

Refer to this site:http://www.shochiku.co.jp/


1. About Kabuki

2. Price and Access

3. Summary


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1. About Kabuki

Refer to this site: http://www.shochiku.co.jp/

Etymology of Kabuki “inclination “. Wacky fashion to go the state-of-the-art fashion, the world of common sense showed in disguise that mimics the “Kabuki’s” in anyway is, was “Kabuki dance” which is said to Kabuki roots.

The basic concept of kabuki is incorporating the fashion without being bound to existing ideas, to entertain the people – it is the spirit that Kabuki have inherited constantly.

To see the Kabuki, it might be expensive or seat is already sold out, but it does not even so.

It is possible to watch in about 1000~2000 yen, even on the day.

*This price is a charge to watch the only part of the show.

Also not such as formal dress code, but there is no problem in the usual casual clothes.

2. Price and Access


Tokyo Ginza, Chuo-ku, 4-12-15
TEL  03-3545-6800

◯ Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Toei Asakusa Higashiginza [Exit 3] ◯ Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line Ginza Station [A7 Exit] 5-minute walk
◯ JR · Tokyo Metro Tokyo Station taxi 10 minutes

Ticket Price

First-class seats 18,000 yen
Second-class seats 14,000 yen
The third floor A seat 6,000 yen
Third floor B seat 4,000 yen
First floor balcony seat 20,000 yen

*This price may vary by performances.
Please check in advance at this site.

3. Summary

Refer to this site: http://www.kabuki-bito.jp/

What did you think?
Please experience the Kabuki is a traditional performing arts of Japan is certainly once if there is an opportunity to explore Tokyo.

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