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Updated: March 22, 2022
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On every second Sunday of the month, you can go see a traditional Noh performance at the Yarai Noh-Theater. Relocated and reconstructed in 1952, the theater is home to the Kansei Kyukokai troupe. It is the second oldest Noh theater in the city and has been awarded special status for its important cultural value.
If you opt to see a performance at the theater, the staff will give you a simple pamphlet in English which helps to understand the art. Even though there are no English subtitles or audio guides, the exotic costumes and carved masks make it more than worthwhile.
Varies per exhibition or screening
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