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Summer vacation Bunraku performance

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    Summer vacation Bunraku performance

    Performance Date:  July 20 Sat. – August 5 Mon.

    Performance Time: Part1  11:00 am / Part2  2:00 pm / Part3  6:30 pm

    【Part1: Family Summer Holiday Show】11:00 am   scheduled to end at 1:00 pm
    -Hidakagawa Iriai Zakura (The Story of Dojoji Temple and Hidaka River)
    -Intoroduction to Bunraku
    -Kaminari Daiko (The Thunder and Drum)

    【Part2: The Masterpiece of Bunraku】2:00 pm   scheduled to end at 5:40 pm
    -Kanadehon Chushingura (The Vendetta by 47 Ronin)

    【Part3: Summer Late Show】6:30 pm   scheduled to end at 8:05 pm
    -Kunikotoba Kudoki Ondo (The Murder at the Tea House)

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    Timetable : Click here to see the Timetable (PDF file).

    Single-act Tickets : Click here to see the details (PDF file).

    (including tax):
    Adult 4,700yen / Student 2,400yen / Child (18 years old and under) 1,900yen
    Seating Plan

    1st grade 6,200yen (Student 4,300yen) / 2nd grade 2,800yen (Student 2,800yen)
    Seating Plan

    1st grade 4,000yen (Student 2,800yen) / 2nd grade 2,800yen (Student 2,800yen)
    Seating Plan

    Sale Schedule:
    Online Sale & Telephone Reservation = from June 3 Mon.
    Box Office Sale = from June 4 Tue.

    National Theatre Ticket Centre
    telephone: 0570-07-9900 / 03-3230-3000(IP phone) [Business hours: 10:00am - 6:00pm]
    website: https://ticket.ntj.jac.go.jp/top_e.htm [out of service from 2:00am to 6:00am]
    Box Office:1-12-10 Nippombashi,Chuo-ku, Osaka[Business hours:10:00 am - 6:00 pm]

    *Audio guide: Available for rent in English and Japanese. Click here for details.

    *Subtitles:Available only in Japanese. Displayed on screen above the stage.

    *English, Chinese and Korean synopsis is available. Please ask at the reception desk.


    What's BUNRAKU?
    BUNRAKU is one of the representative traditional performing arts in Japan, designated an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2003.
    Please see 
    An Introduction to Bunraku to learn more about BUNRAKU.