What to Expect
Kabuki is a highly stylized traditional play with singing and dancing. It is worth watching Kabuki if you have a chance while in Japan, but it costs 4000 yen to 20,000 yen if you see the whole program of matinee or evening show, and the reserved tickets are often sold out in the previous month. Single Act tickets will be sold on the day of the performance (Single Act tickets cannot be reserved or purchased in advance). One person can purchase only 1 ticket for each PART. So, if you are patient to wait in line for about an hour to buy tickets, it is a good chance to try watching a single Kabuki act or two with an inexpensive price.
While waiting, I will explain what Kabuki is, a brief story of the program, actors, and today's schedule etc.
After watching Kabuki, we'll visit the Kabukiza Gallery, go to souvenir shops at the basement, and have lunch nearby.
We can move the order around, depending on the situation.