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The Inherited Spirit of the Samurai Gin-ei and Ken-Shibu

Genre:
  • Japanese Traditional Art ,
  • Performance

Performers recite a poem in a loud voice for Japanese poetic sentiment and dance in integrity.
Two traditional performing arts that samurai brought forth: Gin-ei and Ken-Shibu.
Gin-ei is a recitational art in which classical Chinese and Japanese (waka) poems are sonorously told, and Ken-Shibu, based on ancient Japanese martial arts, is a traditional dance to Gin-ei with swords and fans. Samurai is a title given to men of high spirituality and discipline fostered in feudal (Bushi) era which continued 700 years. We will introduce you to the fascinating world of Gin-ei and Ken-Shibu, both of which were influenced by samurai culture.

Performers

Risho Hayabuchi
Ran Kanda
Toru Fukuhara
and others

Tickets

[Ticket on Sale from Monday, July 5 2021, 10:00]
All seats reserved
S: 4,000 yen
A: 3,000 yen
B: 2,000 yen
Students(B): 1,500 yen

– Confetti
0120-240-540(10:00-18:00 Weekdays, telephone operation)
https://www.confetti-web.com/gintokenshibu

– igagumi
03-6909-4101 (10:00-17:30 Weekdays)
https://igagumi.co.jp
*Services are available in Japanese only.

– e+ Tickets
https://eplus.jp
*Services are available in Japanese only.

– National Theatre Box Office
*Counter sales only

*Pre-school children are not permitted into performances.
*Those who purchased student tickets, please present student ID at the entrance on the performance day.
*All programs are subject to change without notice.
*The program will be held implementing various COVID-19 measures to ensure maximum safety.

Contact

NHK ENTERPRISES,INC
Tel: 03-5478-8533 (10:00-18:00 Weekdays)
koten@nhk-ep.co.jp

Venues

National Theatre (Large Theatre)

Flyer

Credit

Organized by
Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Supported by and in cooperation with
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Cooperated by
Nippon Ginkenshibu Foundation