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Ervaar de traditionele Japanse art-performing "Noh" in Osaka

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Dompel jezelf onder in de tradities van Japanse performancekunst gedurende een 1 uur durende Noh-ervaring in Osaka. In een repetitiegedeelte dat meestal beperkt is tot het publiek, zul je zien hoe acteurs theatrale kunst uitvoeren met kostuums en maskers. Luister naar traditionele Noh-liedjes, verdiep je in de geschiedenis van de culturele traditie en maak foto's met de prachtig geklede artiesten. Deze tour met kleine groepen is beperkt tot 10 personen om een ​​intieme sfeer te behouden.
  • 1 uur durende Noh performance workshop in Osaka
  • Zie het oefengebied van de artiest dat niet toegankelijk is voor het publiek
  • Leer de basis over Noh, inclusief geschiedenis, ontwerp van toneel / kostuum, hulpmiddelen die worden gebruikt in de voorstelling en verschillen tussen Noh en Kabuki
  • Leer en probeer de unieke bewegingen van Noh met een speciaal masker
  • Kleine groep expereince beperkt tot 10 personen
Je ervaring begint bij de ingang van station Yotsubashi, ongeveer 10 minuten met de trein van het station van Osaka. Hier zal je je gids begroeten en de oude geschiedenis van Noh ontdekken, een theatrale performance art uitgeroepen tot immaterieel cultureel erfgoed van de UNESCO.

Bij aankomst in het theater, geniet je van exclusieve toegang tot een repetitiegedeelte dat meestal beperkt is tot het publiek om kennis te maken met de karakteristieken van Noh. Leer meer over het ontwerp van de scène en de instrumenten die voor de uitvoering worden gebruikt, en bekijk acteurs zingen en spelen met zijden kimono's en uitgebreide maskers.

Na het maken van foto's met de artiesten, eindigt je tournee terug op station Yotsubashi.
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Osaka Nohgaku Hall
Ontmoet je gids op Hanshin Umeda Station en neem je mee naar de Noh-wereld. "Noh" is een Japanse traditionele uitvoerende kunst met een nog langere geschiedenis dan de andere populaire Japanse traditionele kunst "kabuki". Het wordt ook vermeld in het immaterieel cultureel erfgoed van UNESCO. Deze ervaring neemt je mee naar het optreden van Noh-gaku van professionele Noh-artiesten. Noh is de oudste van de Japanse theatrale kunst en de uitvoering omvat actie, muziek en dans. Eenvoud of minimalisme is de kernfilosofie van Noh. Nummers die in Noh werden gespeeld, werden vroeger door de lokale bevolking gezongen en beweging in Noh-uitvoering was een toewijding aan God. Anders dan kabuki, is het stadium van Noh heel eenvoudig - geen massale toneelset en eigenschap. Ook is er een open ruimte tussen een podium en een publiek. Deze unieke ervaring neemt je mee naar hun repetitieruimte die niet toegankelijk is voor het publiek en leert de basisbeginselen over Noh (geschiedenis, toneelontwerp, tools die in de uitvoering worden gebruikt en verschillen tussen Noh en Kabuki). Het hoogtepunt van de ervaring is dat je de unieke bewegingen van Noh leert en het speciale masker probeert. U kunt ook foto's maken van de artiesten. Wanneer de tour is afgelopen, zal je gids je naar het dichtstbijzijnde station brengen voor je verdere reis.
Duur: 1 uur 
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