Kabuki at Takayama Jinya
Partners Information: Special performances of Kabuki will be performed in the hall of the national historical site, Takayama Jinya. This historical government office dates back to the Edo Period.
What is ‘Jikabuki’?
Kabuki is a theatrical art form unique to Japan. Enthusiastic fans of Kabuki perform amateur Kabuki in their hometowns, usually in rural parts of Japan. This is called ‘jikabuki’ and the practice continues today in some regions in Japan.
The weekends of 17, 18 and 31 August and 1 September 2019
From 7:30pm (doors open 7pm)
1,000 yen including a souvenir (admission is free for preschool children)
Tickets will be sold on the day of the performance from 9AM in front of Takayama Jinya.
A limited number of advance tickets will also be available on the Japanese website.
- English subtitles available
- Seats are zabuton (Japanese cushions) style on tatami mats
1-5 Hachiken-machi, Takayama-shi, Gifu
A 15-minute walk from JR Takayama Station.
Contact Gifu Historical Road Tourism Secretariat: +81 (0)584 71 6134
Email: [email protected]