Kabuki is one of the most recognised Japanese classical theatre arts involving singing and dancing. It’s known for its extroverted liveliness. Kabuki is performed in a highly stylised manner involving eye-catching costumes, dramatic makeup and extravagant wigs, as well as the exaggerated actions of its performers. Another feature of a kabuki performance is that it’s usually just part of a story but not the entire one. The performance is in Japanese with English subtitles.
Originally located right at the front of the Kabuki building, the popular soba noodle shop now dishes up soba noodles around the back after the iconic building was renovated...
4-12-2 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo104-0061
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