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Exhibition (Admission Free)

The costumes, masks, and props used in Nohgaku performances have been handed down from generation to generation. In the exhibition room of the Theatre, you can have a closer look at their artistry.

About the Current Exhibition

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How To Buy Tickets?

Tickets for the Council-organized performances can be reserved online, by phone, or in person at the Box Office/Ticket Office. You can find further details here.


This section explains accessibility for facilities of National Noh Theatre. Click here for general accessibility information.

Wheelchair spaces

There is a reserved area for wheelchairs by the front row. Please advise us of your request in advance by phone or in person at the Ticket Office of the theater.

Difference in level

The aisles of the auditorium are sloped. There are no steps between the entrance and the front row seats except for the GB seats. There is one step to the GB seats.

Elevators/Lifts and Escalators

There is no elevator in the Theatre. The theater facilities and the exhibition room are all on the first floor.

Parking spots for the disabled

Free parking spots for the disabled are available in front of the theater entrance. Please ask the guard at the entrance to use the spot.

Free Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is available at our theaters. For setup and other information, review here.

Restaurant & Shop

How about having a meal in a relaxed atmosphere, overlooking our beautiful garden? You can enjoy a variety of food, drinks, and cakes.
We are open 30 minutes before the curtain time on the days of the performances. When there is no performance, the opening hour is from 11:30 to 14:00 (last orders). Staying away from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, come to enjoy your quiet lunchtime at National Noh Theatre.
We offer you a wide range of Nohgaku-related goods, including our exclusive goods and articles for Nohgaku practices. The shop is open on the days of the performances. Come and have a peep to find souvenirs for your family members, friends, and yourself!


4-18-1 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0051
Tel. +81-3-3423-1331

How To Get Here?

JR Line
5min. walk from Sendagaya Station
(JR Chuo-Sobu Line/You can find lifts and escalators on the Yoyogi side of the platform.)
5min. walk from Kokuritsu-kyogijo Station
(Exit A4, Toei Oedo Line/Exit A4 has an escalator (upward) only. You can find a lift at Exit A2.)
7min. walk from Kita-sando Station (Fukutoshin Line)
  • − 5min. walk from Sendagaya Ekimae Bus Stop
    (Toei Bus, Route number "早81" or "黒77")
  • − 1min. walk from National Noh Theatre Bus Stop
    (Hachiko Bus, Jingu no Mori route)
By Car
There is no parking lot.