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Ginza Kabukiza

Ginza Kabukiza

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Ranked #79 in Tokyo things to do
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日本, 〒104-0061 東京都中央区銀座4丁目12 GINZA KABUKIZA
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Hillsboro

Kabuki is not for everyone, but if you enjoy immersing yourself in an ancient cultural art form, be sure to check out a performance at this theater, which has been completely renovated in the past few years.

Headphones with translation are available for visitors and this will allow you to truly appreciate the story unfolding before you. The music can be very relaxing, so if you are already tired before the show, you might easily nod off.

Try to catch a performance of the original "47 Ronin" story, usually performed around December. Unforgettable.

(Some trivia: The actor who played the Emperor in "The Last Samurai" is from a famous family of kabuki actors.)

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Brooklyn

A full show will be a challenge for most non-Japanese but a single act ticket is a inexpensive and relatively quick way to get the kabuki experience. Visually stunning and on the short list of must-sees for many visitors to Tokyo. I enjoy it but once or twice is plenty and those with long legs will struggle with the cramped seating.

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Kabuki (歌舞伎) is a traditional Japanese form of theater with roots tracing back to the Edo Period. It is recognized as one of Japan's three major classical theaters along with noh and bunraku, and has been named as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.

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Aunque el edificio actual es una reconstrucción tras los bombardeos de la II Guerra Mundial, bien vale la pena visitar el teatro más famoso de Tokio.
Aquí se representan obras de kabuki, el arte japonés. Aunque quizás te enteras de poco, porque la mayoría de la obra es en japonés, en algunos casos hay auriculares que te traducirán qué es lo que está ocurriendo.
Las obras de Kabuki duran muchas horas, así que es posible comprar entradas por "actos" y así simplemente tener una idea de lo que es el kabuki.
Aunque no acudas al teatro, abajo de él encontrarás un pequeño centro comercial en el que hacerte con accesorios relacionados con el mundo del kabuki.

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