Learn the Oldest Japanese Theatrical Art, Noh

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  • Event Summary Learn about Japan’s oldest theatrical art, ‘Noh’. Watch and shadow the unique movements of a Noh actor, and have the thrilling experience of performing this art on stage. Noh is one of Japan’s oldest theatrical art that has survived a practice of over 1,300 years. In traditional performances, the art features an all-male cast who perform different roles by wearing different kinds of masks. Through this tour you get to bend the rules and take a close up look into the life of a Noh player. By talking with the actors, imitating the movements, Japanese culture will really come alive for you on stage! Even in just four hours this rare, uncommon experience will show you a side of culture that most Japanese people don’t have a chance to try.
  • Category Culture and Crafts
  • Prefectures Tokyo
  • Target Age 7+
  • Experience Time 2.5 hours
  • Requestable Period 03/23/2017 - 12/31/2017
  • Number of people who can apply 50
  • Minimum number of people 3 Trip will be cancelled if the required minimum number of participants is not met.
    Accompanied infants participate for free.
  • Weather Restrictions Available on Clear or Lightly Rainy Days
  • Price ¥13,000 (adult)
    ¥6,500 (child)
    Free (infant)
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Hosho Noh Theatre


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  • Cancellation Policy We are unable to refund cancellations made after 17:00, 3 days prior to your reserved date.
  • Included Price
    Special Gear for playing Noh
  • Location Map
  • What to bring/notice Special Socks will be provided for experience *Start time may vary depends on the availability of the host. Pease specify if you have certain time that you want to experience.
- Learn, practice, and perform Noh
- Exclusive performance from the Host
- Interact with the Noh actor and take pictures!
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