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Immerse yourself in the beguiling beauty of the ‘maiko’ (apprentice geisha) scene during an exquisite evening of culture and cuisine at Gion Hatanaka. Gain fascinating insight into ancient Japanese customs as you chat with maikos and capture photographs to immortalize your memorable evening. Sip on a selection of unlimited drinks and pleasure your palate with delicacies inspired by ‘kaiseki’ cuisine, a traditional Japanese cooking style. Enhance your cultural experience of Japan on this enriching evening tour.
Learn the arts of the samurai as you enjoy a 1-hour Kembu show, a traditional sword performance celebrating the culture of this ancient Japanese warrior class, in Kyoto. Head to Kyoto’s Samurai Kembu Theater to admire the intricate movements of traditional and new-style Kembu performances, celebrating the legendary stories of Japan’s feudal period. You’ll also hear a fascinating talk before the performance and have time for a photo session with samurai sword and the performers post-show.
Get a taste for the traditional Japanese arts in Kyoto during this 4-hour, small-group cultural performance complemented by an authentic Japanese-style dinner. Enjoy a diverse range of performances covering Japanese arts including ‘maiko’ dancing, flower arrangement, ‘gagaku’ court music, puppet theater and much more. Finish your experience with an atmospheric tea ceremony, conducted by candlelight, followed by a delicious dinner. This small-group event limited to just 24 guests.
Experience an unforgettable evening of traditional Japanese entertainment at Ran Theatre in Kyoto. Listen to live music performed using typical Japanese instruments and including a mix of folk songs and Japanese pop. While you’re there, perhaps order a glass of sake or enjoy a delicious dinner of Japanese cuisine (own expense) while you watch the bands.
Discover the charms and elegance of the ‘maiko’ (apprentice geisha) during a sumptuous evening of culture and cuisine at the Takao Momijiya restaurant. Escape the city heat like the Kyoto locals do and take in this 90-minute outdoor dinner show at a traditional restaurant located on the Kiyotaki River, on the outskirts of Kyoto. As you watch the maikos perform their songs and dance, enjoy a look into Japan's ancient cultural traditions, a must-do experience available only from June to September.
贅 沢 Luxury private live!
A musician with a master ranger will play with all your heart just for you. Please enjoy the world of Japanese musical instruments (琴, 弓, shamisen, etc.) that you can feel right away from seeing it soon.
○ Please sit down in the chair and enjoy leisurely.
You can enjoy yourself relaxing in a chair in the renovated Kyomachiya store. Why don't you open a hidden concert in the local atmosphere of Kyoto, which is different from sightseeing spots?
楽 し み Please enjoy the sound of a Japanese instrument.
Japanese music has long been popular as a more familiar music.
The tone of koto, shamisen, and bow.
Do you not feel the wonderfulness of Japanese music slowly now?
Experience the elegance of traditional Japanese clothing by renting a kimono and all associated garments for a day. Pick up your set from either Kyoto Station or the Gion neighborhood, where the staff will help you fold and tie the clothing. Then, you're ready to spend the day as you wish, perhaps visiting scenic temples to take beautiful photos, or sitting in a traditional izakaya, looking the part.
Uncover the secrets of Japan's elegant geishas during an evening dining experience in a private Kyoto restaurant. Stroll through the Gion district to delve into the fascinating history of geishas, beautiful performers trained in entertaining exclusive clientele. Then, pleasure your palate with a Japanese kaiseki meal and a selection of specialty drinks; sip sake as your expert guide translates the questions you have for your ‘maiko,’ or apprentice geisha. Gain insight into her profession and enjoy an intimate atmosphere on this small group tour, where numbers are limited to eight.
Kyoto is famed for its shrines and temples, which are full of countless unique stories that will astonish you, making you fall in love with and connect yourself to their ancient history. I am deeply fascinated by the living traditions called Geisha or Geiko hidden behind the sliding doors of Kagai(花街). The mysterious world of Geisha can seem exclusive and challenging to discover, so on my experience we will take tea break, talking with Maiko, Geisha apprentice and I will reveal the entertainers who adhere to this traditional lifestyle, their history, rituals, and nuances of the art-form.
Please select your preferred settings for dinner among the following;
Tempura Bar (Front counter seats or a room with a sunken hearth setting), Tatami-mat room (for private dining) tatami-mat room (western-style seating).
* Boxed tempura rice balls or tempura rolls are available for take-out.
* The ingredients are subject to change depending on the season and availability.
- E-ticket voucher acceptable.
- No need to redeem paper tickets.
Gion Corner is a place where you can take in seven kinds of performing arts, the most notably kyo-mai dance performed by maiko dancers. Here you can see Japan’s traditional performing arts in ‘digest’ form all on one stage.
★ Performance time:
-Every day starting at 6:00 pm and at 7:00 pm
-(December- The second week of March: Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm)
-Please enter 30 minutes before the show starts
★ Please remember to bring the original passport to the ticket gate, use the QR code (We will send you a separate email with the QR code) to enter directly without redemption of paper tickets.
★ Address: 605-0074 Yasaka Hall, 570-2 Gionmachi Minamigawa, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto
★ Free Admission: Children aged 0-6 are free of charge
★ Discount tickets: Child ticket: Age 7-15, Youth ticket: Age 16-22
★ Please note that this activity is only available to foreign