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When I booked my flight to Japan I knew I had to go see some Japanese theatre. Attending a show at Kabukiza was at the top of my list so I booked a ticket far in advance of when I would be attending. This was...More
Went to this Kabuki theatre to watchable show with my friend. When you arrive the day of you can purchase single act tickets for a decent price. Our show entrance cost 1400¥ for the show. And the show was absolutely wonderful!! I will definitely go...More
I came here with a large group Bon a trip organised by somebody else. My ticket included a voucher for a bento box which was full of delicious food. And the theatre is lovely. But we didn’t get audio guides & I realised pretty quickly...More
You don't need to book in advance, unless you want to see the whole interminable show which I'm sure you don't. You can turn up, queue and see 1 or 2 acts, which is quite enough. A translator for hire helps otherwise you have no...More
Having been a theatre teacher before retirement, I was especially interested in seeing a live Kabuki performance when we were in Tokyo. To my delight we were able to find one. The Kabukiza Theatre presents original plays from the Edo period. The entire show is...More
I have been here twice with about 30 years in between. This time it was a mix of old and modern. The actual play doesn’t matter too much if you are not Japanese, it is seeing Japanese culture in the raw. The first time I...More
We got a single act ticket for the last act of the morning show. There were people there queueing at 12:30 for tickets that didn’t go on sale until 2:35 so plan to be on time for single act ticket sales if you want to...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
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One I watched was a NEw Year special, the four acts were totally independent. Not sure if this is always the case. Each act is about 1hr. We watched the whole thing, the 4.5hr doesn’t feel boring as it is quite special , at... More
One I watched was a NEw Year special, the four acts were totally independent. Not sure if this is always the case. Each act is about 1hr. We watched the whole thing, the 4.5hr doesn’t feel boring as it is quite special , at least for us.