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“A good place to see Kabuki”

Asakusa Public Hall
Ranked #60 of 452 things to do in Taito
Type: Other
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Reviewed 3 August 2016

This theater hold variety of performing arts. But tourist go to this place to see Kabuki, a Japanese tradition perfroming art. Tickets can be reserved in advance.

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Reviewed 10 July 2015

Had a very nice experience there: was on a tour with my school and could see the back where the actors were dressing up, behind the sets, and then sat and watched a kabuki play.

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Reviewed 4 December 2012

put 100円 to the charity box, get the wooden cylinder which had hundreds of wood stick in it. each wood stick had one japanese character that represent your fortune. get the cylinder and try to take one stick by shaking it. after you get one and figure out the character, go to the counter which had multiple small drawer, look for a drawer which had your fortune letter and grab one paper from it. read your fortune. if it's a good fortune, keep the paper with you, and if it's a bad fortune, hang the paper in the pointed place (like a wire)

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