- Tokyo -National Theatre
has played a role as the home of traditional Japanese performing arts since its opening in 1966. In addition to Kabuki and Bunraku, it stages a wide array of traditional performing arts throughout the year.
locates in Osaka, the birthplace of Bunraku. Bunraku is the arts achieved in close collaboration between chanted narrative, music accompaniment of shamisen, and puppetry. With a focus on Bunraku, the Theatre presents a variety of theatrical arts developed in Kansai region.
Whether you are new to traditional performing arts or already familiar with them, why not visit the links below to find out some more?