Would you like to watch and experience Kabuki, a traditional Japanese performance art? The program we have available at the Hakataza in June includes famous plays with eye-catching sets, performed by brilliant Kabuki actors.
The special offer we have available includes an admission for an A-class seat (usually costing 18,000 yen), an explanation of the history of Kabuki, highlights of the program in English as well as guidance inside the Hakataza theatre.
– Special Ticket – 1.English guided Kabuki in Hakataza!
■ Date: Sunday, June 9, 2019
Time: Daytime Performance: from 10:00 / Evening Performance: from 15:30
Meeting place: in front of the ticket booth in Hakataza theatre (Shimo-Kawabata 2-2, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City)
■ Fee: 11,000 yen Includes: A-class ticket (usually costing 18,000 yen); Explanation of Kabuki in English; Highlights of the show; Guidance inside Hakataza Theatre before the performance.
Note : Explanation and guidance before the performance will be conducted in English.
（A) Daytime Performance
Please gather in front of the Hakataza ticket booth at 10:00.
10:00 – Explanation of the history of Kabuki and highlights of the program Guidance through the theatre and shops
11:00 to 15:30 – Kabuki play performance
（B) Evening Performance
Please gather in front of the Hakataza ticket booth at 15:30.
15:30 – Explanation of the history of Kabuki and highlights of the program Guidance through theatre and shops.
16:30 to 21:00 – Kabuki play performance
Please apply for this special offer through the website shown below by Saturday, June 8, 17:00.
Note: For G20-related participants, please contact the G20 tourist information center if you have any questions.
Program and Highlight
(A)Daytime performance (curtain time 11:00)
1. Kinkaku-ji 11:00 – 12:35 (95 minutes)
A play set in the famous Kinkaku-ji, Golden Pavilion, in Kyoto. The highlight is the outstanding stage set.
2. Yasuna 13:05 – 13:30 (25 minutes)
This dance performance expresses the pathos of Yasuna, who follows the phantom of his deceased girlfriend through a field of canola flowers.
3. Nozarashi Gosuke 13:45 – 15:30
The play expresses the coolness of an exceptionally handsome man which culminates in a spectacular fight scene.