Yamamoto Noh Theater 0

With over 90 years of history, this 3-story wooden Noh theater is the oldest in Osaka, and a National Registered Tangible Cultural Property.

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Located in the heart of Osaka, this is a small Noh theater that has remained standing in the middle of a metropolitan city.
 In addition to the presentation of traditional performing arts such as Noh, the space in this Cultural Property is used to its full extent as a unique venue for a range of parties and other events; this precious historical facility is even used to entertain both foreign and national guests of high import.
 It is popular as a location unique to Osaka where you can really feel the high cultural atmosphere, and has been visited by many important guests such as the wife of the prime minister of Thailand, and Theresa May, the former UK prime minister.

  • Location

    〒 540-0025 1-3-6 Tokuicho, Chuo-ku, Osaka
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  • Directions

    3 min. walk from Exit 4 of Tanimachi 4-chome Station on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line
  • From Airport

    Approx. 60 min. by train from Kansai International Airport
    Approx. 45 min. by train from Osaka International Airport (Itami Airport)
  • From Station

    Approx. 20 min. by train from JR Osaka Station
    Approx. 25 min. by train from JR Shin-Osaka Station
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  • application

    Booking available from 2 years before the first day of use
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