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Nihonbashi Kidai-Matsuri Edo Asobi ― Traditional Culture Festival

  • Japanese Traditional Art ,
  • Performance

The Nihonbashi Kidai-Matsuri Edo Asobi ― Traditional Culture Festival is being held in Nihonbashi, the birthplace of Edo culture where even today an historical atmosphere remains. The festival, which aims to convey the attractions of traditional arts and culture and make them accessible to traditional arts novices, features a collaborative performance on the theme of “autumn colors” and “Nihonbashi” by leaders in traditional Nihon buyo, kyogen and traditional Japanese music along with younger performers who hold the future of these arts in their hands.

Produced by: Meijiza


Tokuho Azuma (former head of Azuma School of Nihon buyo)
Kanjuro Fujima VIII (head of Soke-Fujima School of Nihon buyo)
Hibiki Toen (Taiko Japanese drummer)
Motonari Okura (actor, Okura School of kyogen)


【On sale: Thursday, August 25】
Adults 3,800 yen
Students 2,500 yen

Meijiza Ticket Center・・・03-3666-6666 (10:00-17:00)
Ticket Pia・・・0570-02-9999 (P-code: 453-186)
Lawson Ticket・・・0570-000-407 (Operator 10:00-20:00), 0570-084-003 (L-code: 32449)

*No pre-school-aged children admitted
*Seats for students and wheelchair users available through Meijiza Ticket Center only.


Meijiza Ticket Center
TEL: 03-3666-6666 (10:00-17:00)


Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall [COREDO Muromachi1 5F (Entrance is on 4F)]



Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Nihonbashi Cultural Exchange Festival Executive Committee