A historic wooden three-story building, and a registered tangible cultural property, located in the vicinity of Osaka Castle. The stage, a national treasure and cultural artifact, offers the chance to freely enjoy traditional Japanese theater such as Noh, Bunraku or Rakugo. Explanations are offered in a variety of languages, including Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean, and performances can also be watched with subtitles. The theater can also be used as a venue for parities or receptions, allowing guests to watch a performance over a meal and drinks. In addition, you can also try out for yourself such experiences as Noh, the tea ceremony, flower arranging, calligraphy, and wearing a kimono. This traditional Japanese building with tatami-mat floors is like a guest house for discovering Japanese culture, offering a comprehensive chance to experience authentic Japanese culture.This Noh theater is magnificent high, visit many state guests and international dignitaries.
|Seating Capacity (Banquets)||Area(m2)||Wi-Fi|
|80||150||588.13 (Total floor area)||Free|