Yozakura Noh

Japan’s young up-and-coming noh actors gather at Tokyo’s oldest and distinguished wooden noh stages in Yasukuni Shrine and perform amid the cherry blossoms in full bloom. The century-old stage survived major earthquakes and the world war. The actors have been designated as “important intangible cultural heritage”. Noh is a classical Japanese musical drama that goes back to the 14th century, in which men play both male and female roles.


Three nights from Wednesday, March 31 to Friday, April 2, 2010


Nougakudou and courtyard of Yasukuni Shrine
(In case of rain, the venue may be changed to Hibiya Kokaido.)


Doors open at 6:10 p.m.
Performance starts at 6:40 p.m.
(In case of Hibiya Kokaido, doors open at 6:40p.m. and starts at 7:10 p.m.)


SS Seats: 11,000 yen
S Seats: 7,500 yen
A Seats: 4,500 yen
B Seats: 3,000 yen