Yoyogi Noh Theatre
The Yoyogi Noh Theatre is a stage in a mansion that stands quietly like a strange space left behind in the midst of high-rise buildings. The shiki-butai was built in 1933 and the main stage in the courtyard in 1950, both of which were designated as Tangible Cultural Properties of Japan in 2009.
Through regular performances and pre-lectures, more than 1,000 pieces of Noh costumes, Noh masks, props, etc., which have been collected by the Asami family for generations, are on display. We hope that the Yoyogi Noh Theatre will become a base for the transmission of Japanese traditions.
|Address||4-36-14 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo|
|Genre*1||Noh,Traditional performance art|
|Acces*2||5 minutes walk from Hatsudai(KO02) Station east exit or central entrance (South Exit)|
|Capacity||160The number of seats in the auditorium will be reduced to less than half when measures are taken to prevent infectious diseases.|
|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.|