Noh is performed at a number of locations in Tokyo, but this is the most famous stage. Opened in 1983, it’s dedicated to presenting classical Noh and kyogen, with about three to five performances monthly, many of which have English subtitles. Tickets are often sold out in advance, but about 30 tickets are held back to be sold on the day of the performance. In addition, privately sponsored Noh performances are also held here, for which the admission varies. See www.theatrenohgaku.org for information on Noh performances being staged throughout Japan.
National Noh Theatre (Kokuritsu Nogakudo)
4–18–1 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku
Our Rating Neighborhood Shibuya-ku Transportation Station: Sendagaya or Kokuritsu Kyogijo (5 min.) Phone 03/3432-1331 , 03/3230-3000 for reservations Prices Tickets ¥2,700–¥4,900 Web site National Noh Theatre (Kokuritsu Nogakudo)
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