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Gion Corner is a theatre which presents a one-hour show of Kyoto's 7 professional performing arts such as kyogen classical comedy, kyomai dance, gagaku music of the imperial court, koto harp, bunraku puppet theater, the tea ceremony, and flower arrangement. Distance: 9 minutes' walk Opening hours:…
Gion Corner is a place where you can take in seven kinds of performing arts, most notably kyo-mai dance performed by maiko dancers. Here you can see Japan's traditional performing arts.
You can enjoy the dance performance by maiko. Adults¥3,150 Student (age 16-22)¥2,200 Children (age 7-15) ¥1,900 Everyday starting at 6:00pm and at 7:00pm (From December till the second week of March, performances will be held on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays only.)
Here you can enjoy Geiko (Geisha) and Maiko traditional arts perform as dance, traditional instruments...
You can Enjoy some Japanese traditional performing Arts from Kyo-mai dance, kyogen theater, Gagaku Court Music ,tea ceremony, flower arrangement, to calligraphy all in about an hour.
Gion Corner presents regularly scheduled shows that include a bit of tea ceremony, koto (Japanese zither) music, ikebana (art of flower arranging), gagaku (court music), kyōgen (ancient comic plays), kyōmai (Kyoto-style dance) and bunraku (classical puppet theatre). It’s geared to a tourist market…
Gion corner” Small theatre to enjoy Japanese traditional entertainment. Especially, the traditional comedy play “Kyogen “ is my favorite. It’s played by real masters from Shigeyama clan.
Gion Corner is a place where you can take in seven kinds of performing arts, most notably kyo-mai dance performed by maiko dancers.
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