Kyoto

Kyoto is known for its traditional performances—particularly dance and Noh theater. All dialogue is in Japanese, but sometimes there are synopses available. From time to time international musicians play the intimate venues. The most convenient source for information is your hotel concierge or guest-relations manager, who may even have a few tickets on hand. For further information on Kyoto's arts scene, check the music and theater sections of the monthly magazine Kansai Scene, at bookshops for ¥300; you can also find information on the website www.kansaiscene.com. Another source is the Kyoto Visitor's Guide , which devotes a few pages to "This Month's Theater." Look at the festival listings for temple and shrine performances. It's available free from the Kyoto Tourist Information Center on the ninth floor of the Kyoto Station Building; the staff can also provide you with information.

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  • 1. Gion Corner Theater

    Higashiyama-ku | Dance

    This theater's 50-minute performances sample five traditional disciplines: gagaku (court music), kyomai (Kyoto-style dance), Bunraku ...Read More

  • 2. Gion Kobu Kaburenjo Theatre

    Higashiyama-ku | Dance

    In the same complex as Gion Corner, this theater is used for special performances, most notably the spring and fall dances by maiko and geiko...Read More

  • 3. Ponto-cho Kaburenjo Theater

    Nakagyo-ku | Dance

    The maiko and geiko of the Ponto-cho district perform at this theater in spring and fall. Occasionally other dance performances are scheduled here. ...Read More

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