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Let’s All Enjoy the World of Nihon Buyo - The Japan -

  • Japanese Traditional Art ,
  • Theater / Dance ,
  • Performance ,
  • Workshop

Let’s see, let’s listen and let’s experience the Nihon Buyo on stage!

Enjoy a performance of Nihon Buyo (Japanese dance) and Hogaku (Japanese music) highlighting quintessential Japanese themes but presented in a way that all can understand!* Have a truly first hand experience when, before and after the show, you try playing traditional instruments such as the Shamisen (three-stringed guitar) and Taiko (drums), putting on stage make-up, and dressing in traditional costume! Participants can view performances based on themes representing Japan, and the program will provide easy-to-understand enjoyment of traditional performing arts.
*English ear phone guide is available.


Senyoichi Nishikawa, Etsuko Fujima, Yuka Mizuki, Tatsuya Fujima, Jutaichiro Hanayagi, Satojiro Wakayagi, and others


Gidayu “Tsurionnna”

Experience corner

13:00 – 14:00/15:00 – 16:00
Know first hand the enjoyment of traditional culture in our “hands on experience corners” before and after the performance. 6 experience corners include Shamisen, Ohayasi Taiko(drums), Koto, wigs, costumes and props. Also, don’t miss observation corner where you can view performances and make up demonstrations!


[On sale Friday, November 18, 2016]
Adults: 1,000 yen
Students: 500 yen
Preschool children: Free of charge(In case of sitting on the knee of the parents or protectors) *Tickets must be purchased for all children requiring a separate seat.

DMM.E (For English)
Kyodo Tokyo 0570-550-799 (Weekdays 11:00 – 18:00、Weekdays & Holidays 10:00 – 18:00)
Ticket PIA 0570-02-9999 (Sound automatic correspondence / P code:452-393)
LAWSON Ticket 0570-000-407 (Operator 10:00 – 20:00), 0570-084-003 (Sound Automatic Correspondence / L code:34504)


Tokyo tradition office, Arts Council Tokyo
TEL:03-5369-4541 (10:00 – 18:00)


Nihonbashi Public Hall (Nihonbashi Theater)



Organized by
Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Supported by and in cooperation with
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Supported by
The Asahi Shimbun Company
Produced by
Another Company