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While in Tokyo, enjoy a dazzling oiran show at Roppongi Kaguwa, a premium dinner and entertainment venue. The oiran show harkens back to the Meiji era, when Japanese courtesans provided cultural entertainment in the red-light district. This oiran show features a variety of performances that range from elegant kimono-dressed dancers to acrobatic samurais wielding swords. Choose to include a snack, appetizer or bento box meal with your admission, which includes unlimited drinks such as beer, whiskey, soda, oolong tea or fruit juice.


  • Oiran show and dinner or snack at Roppongi Kaguwa, in Tokyo
  • Watch the talented cast switch between more traditional and modern performances
  • See a combination of dance, music and ninja acrobatics during the show
  • Admire the richly costumed performers and colorful sets
  • Eat either a snack or meal with unlimited drinks included

What You Can Expect

Oiran Show at Roppongi Kaguwa Theater

Kaguwa Oiran show

Customer Reviews

Suzanne R United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Really enjoyed this show. It lasts one hour but you can get there up to 90 minutes before hand to eat and drink. I arrived 30 mins before the show and it was a sell out. Free drinks inc soft drinks and beer and snacks were crisps and nuts. The staff were friendly. The show is all in Japanese but that didn't stop our enjoyment. Geishas, ninjas and comedy all rolled into one and you understand what's going on, even if you don't speak the language. The theatre is hard to find , it's next door to the Hard Rock Cafe in case you need to ask directions . Casual dress inc shorts is fine

Danielle G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Show was excellent, pretty easy to find right next to the Hard Rock Cafe the show was in Japanese but could follow for the most part, staff were very friendly and helpful. Great way to spend a night in Tokyo

M Faiz A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Superb show, high energy and while all in Japanese we could make out the story. Very good actors and talented and nice to meet some before the show. Was a bit surprised about the tipping of actors at the end.

Adam L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2015

The show was very good and surprising!

kim211 United States of ... 

4 star rating: Recommended January 2017

It is good to see :

Jason S

4 star rating: Recommended November 2016

The show itself was nice with a mixture of traditional and contemporary scenes. I did wish that they had hot food as part of the package and not as an extra.

Batiste J

4 star rating: Recommended August 2016

I enjoyed the show even if it was not my first time :
Plum set is very very light but was good enough to wait for real dinner after the show :


4 star rating: Recommended March 2016

Thoroughly enjoyed the show but the meal wasn't quite what we expected. Although it was Japanese Style, it would have been a better idea to have something to eat before going to the show as there are plenty of places nearby for eating such as the Outback Steakhouse.
Overall the show was excellent and would definitely go back and see it. Costumes and music are all amazing, just the food is a bit different and not something that is used to.

Julian R

3 star rating: Worth doing June 2016

The service by the staff there is a bit neglectful and rude. If youre a foreigner theyll stick you in the corner and although its all you can drink they pretty much ignore you after the first order and begrudgingly serve you afterward. The food wasnt that good and service stops once the show starts. The show itself is the only saving grace to the evening. It was absolutely amazing. I was dazzled by the performance of the actors, the music and the lights and costumes. Id watch it again but Id eat and drink elsewhere.

Jeffery W

3 star rating: Worth doing June 2016

The show was interesting but it wasn't all that traditional and had many elements of a modern variety show. The food was ok - traditional and local but we couldn't get in to the room temperature/cold/soft texture. I would recommend seeing the show but unless you are a big fan of the boxed variety of food, eat prior to going.

Keep your eyes on your personal effects - my wife left her jacket in the booth after we left. We came back the following afternoon but the manager was a bit rude and abrupt with my wife and they said they couldn't find it. It was a bit obvious that either a performer or worker decided that they'd rather take it than turn it in. Either way, I think the attitude could have been better considering that we were paying guests and deserved a little better respect. Unfortunate.

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