In the theatre which is located in Ginza, you can purchase tickets on discount and watch one of many long acts. During the play, you can rent headphones which have verbal English translation for every act.
Watching Kabuki-za shows might seem boring to those who do not speak Japanese, but surprisingly it is rather fascinating. The colorful play is rich in music and life, in a beautiful and impressive hall. All these components provide a real satisfying experience.
For those interested in local anthropology, culture and
folklore, which were not intended for tourists and therefore give it an
authentic taste, Kabuki-za shows are a must.
Every act in the Kabuki-za Theatre is about half an hour and one hour and a half.
Nowadays, the Kabuki-za Theatre in a beautiful, cultural and impressive building. If you don’t have enough time, even peaking and looking around the building is considered interesting.
You will need to go to the ticket office on the day of the show to purchase tickets for a play.
Bring binoculars because the first act tickets are at the
upper edge of the hall.
Arrive at the theatre about half an hour before the time of the play. You can spend your time waiting while strolling around the lobby and taking photos with the main characters of the show.
Buying tickets ahead of time is very expensive for all the acts.
Headphones with vocal English translation will cost 5 dollars extra.
It is prohibited to take photos during the play.