Yamamoto Noh Theater
- Unique Venues
- Yamamoto Noh Theater
A Noh theater that carries within itself the beating heart of Japan's traditional culture, located near Osaka Castle and registered as a Japanese national Tangible Cultural Property
Located in the near vicinity of Osaka Castle, Yamamoto Noh Theater is the oldest Noh theater in Osaka City, with a history of about 95 years. The space of the building is utilized in its entirety for performances of the traditional stage arts such as Noh, Bunraku, Rakugo, Kōdan, and is also used as a unique venue for events and receptions. Yamamoto Noh Theater is a valuable historical building that has played host to many important guests from Japan and abroad. It is popular as a place where you can experience the atmosphere of high culture unique to Osaka and has been visited by former British Prime Minister May and the wife of Thailand's former prime minister.
- Nearby coin parking
- Accessible restroom. 3 wheelchairs spots in venue.
|Directions||3 min. walk from Tanimachi 4-chome Station on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line|
|Address||1-3-6 Tokuicho, Chuo-ku, Osaka 540-0025|
|Room||Noh Stage||1F Green Room||2F Green Room||Library|
|Floor Space (sq. m.)||588||60||60||45|
|Price||From ¥80,000||From ¥30,000||From ¥30,000||From ¥20,000|
|Usage Hours||9:00- 21:00||9:00- 21:00||9:00- 21:00||9:00- 21:00|