Experience Traditional Japanese Performing Art "Noh" in Osaka

Experience Traditional Japanese Performing Art "Noh" in Osaka
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$95.9
Duration: 60 minutes
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"Noh" is a traditional Japanese performing art in Japan. Book this experience to explore the unique world of Noh with a pro. See the rehearsal area that is not open to public, learn the basics about Noh (history, stage design, tools/costumes used in the performance, and differences between Noh and Kabuki), and also learn the unique movements of Noh!

Take the train to Yotsubashi Station (approx. 10 mins from Osaka Station) and meet you local guide at the station. "Noh" is a Japanese traditional performing art with even longer history than the other popular Japanese traditional art "kabuki". It is also listed in UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.

This experience will take you to witness and learn the performance of Noh-gaku from professional Noh performers. Noh is the oldest of Japanese theatrical art and its performance includes action, music, and dance. Simplicity or minimalism is the core philosophy of Noh. Songs played in Noh used to be sung by local people and movement in Noh performance was a votive dedication to God. Different from kabuki, stage of Noh is very simple - no massive stage set and property. Also, there is an open space between a stage and audience.

This unique experience take you to their rehearsal area that is not open to public and learn the basics about Noh (history, stage design, tools used in the performance, and differences between Noh and Kabuki). The highlight of the experience is for you to learn the unique movements of Noh and try the special mask. Feel free to take photos with the performers as well. When the tour concludes, your guide will take you to the nearest station for your onward journey.

"Noh" is a traditional Japanese performing art in Japan. Book this experience to explore the unique world of Noh with a pro. See the rehearsal area that is not open to public, learn the basics about Noh (history, stage design, tools/costumes used in the performance, and differences between Noh and Kabuki), and also learn the unique movements of Noh!