Vivid Performing Art of Kabuki and Mt. Fuji Art Exhibition

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Vivid Performing Art of Kabuki and Mt. Fuji Art Exhibition

In addition to the Kabuki Costume Exhibition, you can enjoy the performance of Japanese Classical music and dance for free

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo holds a special exhibition entitled “Vivid Performing Art of Kabuki and Mt. Fuji Art Exhibition” celebrating the New Year.
Vivid Performing Art of Kabuki and Mt. Fuji Art Exhibition
Kabuki is a traditional form of classical Japanese dance-drama, and eight highly ornate and gorgeous costumes matching the celebratory nature of the Japanese New Year holidays, including one called “Agemaki” and another used in “Soga-Mono” Kabuki play, will be displayed. At the same time, an event entitled “Mt. Fuji Art Exhibition” will be held and a total of 37 paintings of Mt. Fuji created by renowned artists will be on display.
Vivid Performing Art of Kabuki and Mt. Fuji Art Exhibition
On January 25, you can enjoy the live performance of Japanese Classical music and dance for free at the main lobby.

Details

Event Name Vivid Performing Art of Kabuki and Mt. Fuji Art Exhibition
Venue Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo
“Vivid Performing Art of Kabuki and Mt. Fuji Art Exhibition”
Art Lobby, 3rd Floor, and others
“Live performance of Japanese Classical music and dance”
Main Lobby, 3rd Floor
Dates December 26, 2018 – January 28, 2019
Note *”Vivid Performing Art of Kabuki Costume” is until 18:00 on the final day.
*”Mt. Fuji Art Exhibition” is until 15:00 on the final day.
*The live performance of Japanese Classical music and dance will be held for about 30 minutes from 17:00 on January 25, 2019.
Admission Admission Free
Address 2-2-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo

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