The "Noh Theater" is a venue exclusively for Noh, a traditional Japanese performing art.
Normally open only on performance days, this special program offers a rare opportunity to access the theater for a limited time.

Yarai Noh Theater in Feb and Mar

Experience the Intersection of Tradition and Modernity: Special Days at Yarai Noh Theater.


Special site

Display of Noh costumes and masks
with mini-commentary


Performances of Noh dance “Atsumori”
at 1:30 PM, 2:30 PM, and 3:30 PM



Tour experience session
February 2nd (Friday) 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
February 3rd (Saturday) 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
March 2nd (Saturday) 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Admission Fee: 500 Yen

Watch Noh “Hagoromo”!
March 3rd (Sunday) Starts at 3:00 PM
Includes commentary, demonstration, and photo session (after the show, open to all, participation optional)
Price: Reserved Seating, Adults 3,000 Yen, Students (Elementary, Junior High, and High School) 1,000 Yen

Reservation-Exclusive Website

Venue: Yarai Noh Theatere

Located in the residential area of Kagurazaka, a town vibrant with traditional performing arts, the entrance is accessed through a charming gate and a grove of trees. The building is constructed of wood and mortar. The Noh stage is a registered tangible cultural property, entirely made of hinoki wood, housed within the Noh Theater.

Kanze Noh Theater *Closed


Theater tour

You can visit the KANZE NOH THEATER and we will display the noh masks and costumes in the lobby.



Appreciation and Experience

You can experience noh performance and workshop by actors who inherit the tradition of 700 years.IMG_6188


Venue: Kanze Noh Theatere

At the Kanze Noh Theater venue, there will be displays of Noh masks and costumes in the lobby. Additionally, we will host Noh performances and workshops. Visitors will have the opportunity to view the Noh masks and costumes up close and even partake in experiencing the movements of Noh. The scheduled dates for these events are November 6th, November 20th, and December 11th.