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April Bunraku performance

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    April Bunraku performance

    Performance Dates: Saturday, Apr. 3, 2021 - Sunday, Apr. 25, 2021
                             *No perfomance on Apr. 14 

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

    【Part1】11:00 am   scheduled to end at 1:15 pm
    -Hanakurabe Shiki no Kotobuki (The Dance of the Four Seasons)
    -Koinyōbō Somewake Tazuna (The Two-Colored Reins)

    【Part2】2:00 pm   scheduled to end at 5:15 pm
    -Kokusen’ya Kassen (The Battles of Coxinga)

    【Part3】6:00 pm   scheduled to end at 7:55 pm
    -Keisei Awa no Naruto (The Courtesan and the Whirlpools of Awa)
    -Kokaji (The Swordmaker and the Fox God)

      
    Price
    (including tax):
    [Each Part]
    1st grade 5,500yen (Student 3,900yen) / 2nd grade 3,500yen (Student 3,500yen)
    Seating Plan

    * No MAKUMI (single act) tickets for this performance. 

    Sale Schedule:
     Online Sale & Telephone Reservation = from Wednesday, Mar. 10, 2021
     Box Office Sale = from Thursday, Mar. 11, 2021


    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
    Box Office:1-12-10 Nippombashi,Chuo-ku, Osaka[Business hours:10:00 am - 6:00 pm]

    *Subtitles:Available only in Japanese. Displayed on screen above the stage.
    *Audio guide: Available for rent in Japanese only (English one is NOT available for this performance).
    *English synopsis is available. Please ask at the reception desk.

    (updated January 16, 2021)

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