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Gion Corner Show: is truly Japanese traditional performing arts can be enjoyed at ease in about an hour. Gion Corner is a best place where you can take in seven kinds of performing arts, most notably kyo-mai dance performed by maiko dancers. at Gion corner Kyoto you can see Japan’s traditional performing arts in ‘digest’ form all on one stage. Located in Yasaka Hall next to the Gion Kobu Kaburenjo Theatre, the spot has a very international flavour, as it is popular with Japanese and foreign tourists.
Starting at 18:00 pm and 19:00 pm (two round per a day)
Child ticket for 7-15 years old
Student ticket for 16-22 yeas old / Adults ticket is 23+ of ages
Children 0-6 years old are free entry, but must come with they they parents
Please purchase the appropriate ticket depending on your group of age at the time of purchase upon booking. You may not able to enter if you get the ticket for the wrong, and no refund will be issued
Taking picture or video is not allowed during the show.
Japanese-speaking only, there is no subtitle and simultaneous interpretation during the show.
The seven Japanese traditional performing arts that can be experienced at Gion Corner
Kyo-mai Dance-Originating in Kyoto, kyo-mai is an elegant and dazzling dance performed by maiko and geiko (in Kyoto, “geisha” are called “geiko”) dancers in beautifully ornate dress. Kyo-mai performances by maiko can be enjoyed at Gion Corne
Tea Ceremony-This is the stylized tradition of steeping and serving tea to guests. The Corner performs the “ryurei” style of the Tea Ceremony, seating on stools, for visitors from foreign countries not used to kneeling on tatami.
Flower Arrangement-The art of creating and enjoying arrangements made from flowers and other materials.
Koto-The koto is an ancient Japanese six-stringed zither traditionally played with ivory plectrums worn on the fingers, producing wonderful harmonies.
Gagaku Court Music-Gagaku is the name for indigenous Japanese music and dance performed at the Imperial Court, shrines and temples. Gion Corner offers maigaku performances accompanied by dance.
Kyogen Theatre-Kyogen is a form of theatre that portrayed life as it was in a comical manner.
Bunraku Puppet Theatre-Bunraku, Japan's traditional puppet theatre, was put on UNESCO's list of Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity in 2003.
Credit vdo by: Gion Corner
Ticket & Voucher
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The voucher is valid only on the date and time specified.
E-ticket is non-transferable, non-refundable and void if altered.
E-ticket is valid for one-time for use.
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Access: 1. Take 206 bus in JR Kyoto station, get off the bus in Gino station and walk 5 minutes on foot.(Kyoto Bus’s one day pass can be used) / 2. Keinhan railway, get off in Gion-shijo station and walking about 5 minutes / 3. Hankyu railway, get off in Kawaramachi station and walking about 10 minutes.
E-voucher will send to your by email within 24 hrs. after your payment and status invoice show piad
Food and drinks are not allowed bring to inside, and Pet are not allowed.
Please arrival tearter 30 minutes before show time for check-in your seat, the seats are random number of seat
This promote ticket are for foreign tourist only, not for Japanese citizens. Please Japaneses tourists purchase the ticket on the day of using.