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Gion Kōbu Kaburenjō

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4.2 (300)

570-2 Gionmachi Minamigawa, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, 605-0074, Japan

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Lydia Clinkscales Pierce a month ago

We attended the Traditional Arts Performance and it was a great experience. I would definitely recommend buying tickets online in advance, to make sure there are seats available (we bought our tickets the morning of). I think the third row on the right side would be the ideal spot (for premium tickets) or as close to the front on the right as you can get, as the tea ceremony is performed in that area. Or, the front row would of course be the clearest view of the main stage and performances.

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Chang Regina 4 months ago

It was incredible. You get to see the most of Japanese performances, such as Geshia dance, puppet show and a comedy show, etc. It was an hour long for 7 performances. It was a bit pity that taking pictures and videos were not allowed. We paid for the premium tickets which were the first row of the seats. I absolutely recommend it!!

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Sarit Assaraf 5 months ago

Delicious Wagyu beef and meat burger Nice atmosphere and good prices. Recommended!

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Anderson B 8 months ago

This was an incredible experience to see seven different types of Japanese performances for tourists. We booked a last minute show on their website on the official page and hour before the performance at 7 pm. We enjoyed it because it was short and sweet. The program was helpful in guiding what exactly you will see and what to expect. I do wish I could have seen the Noh Play, but it is offered seasonly. The actors gave the performance their all with precision. The staff was very kind and efficient.

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climbbmilc93 11 months ago

We booked a traditional show here during our stay in Kyoto, the booming process was pretty complicated especially without having a Japanese phone number. The show itself was cultural and the theatre decor was traditional and felt like you were completely immersed. Although it did get a little repetitive. What was disappointing about our experience was the overly polite staff unwilling to ask people to leave behind us who were talking the entire time which ruined the experience.