Yokohama Noh Theater
The main stage of the Yokohama Noh Theater was restored from the Somei Noh Stage, which was built in 1875 in the residence of the former lord of the Kaga domain and later moved to the residence of the former lord of the Takamatsu domain in 1919. It is the oldest existing Noh stage in the Kanto region. It is also designated as a cultural asset by the city of Yokohama, and when there are no paid performances, visitors can watch from the second floor seating area.
Since its opening, the Yokohama Noh Theater has been promoting performances with commentary for a variety of audiences as well as special events and exchanges with Asia in the field of traditional Japanese music and classical performing arts. The "Yokohama Kyogen Theatre," which is held on the second Sunday of every month, is particularly popular among first-time audiences. Two Kyogen plays with commentary are available for 2,200 yen. Please come and visit us.
|Acces*2||A 15-minute walk from Sakuragicho(JK11,B18) Station on the JR Negishi Line and the municipal subway, a 20-minute walk from Minatomirai (MM03)Station on the Minatomirai Line, and an 18-minute walk from Hinode-cho (KK39)Station on the Keihin Kyuko Line *If you take a taxi, it takes about 5 minutes at each station.|
|The program, performance time and fee may vary depending on each event, so please check the website or contact the facility directly.*1 Blank fields vary by event. *2 The times shown are approximate.|
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