Meiji Jingu Shrine Spring Grand Festival

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posted on April 30, 2017

Don't miss an amazing line-up of classical Japanese performances.

The festival is an opportunity to see a whole range of traditional and classical Japanese performances and martial arts. They will have Japanese classical dances, Noh (masked theater), kyogen (comic theater) and bugaku (traditional dance) and traditional Japanese music such as sankyoku (Japanese chamber music), hogaku and hobu (traditional music and dance).

*Event dates and programs may be subject to change.

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Schedule (from 2016)
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- April 29 -
11am: Bugaku (traditional dance)

- May 2 -
11:45am: Noh (masked theater), kyogen (comic theater)
3:45pm: hogaku and hobu (traditional music and dance)

- May 3 -
9am: Japanese archery competition
11:30am: Celemoney
12pm: Sankyoku (Japanese chamber music)
2:30pm: biwa four‐stringed Japanese lute


Access:
5 Minutes walk from Odakyu Line, Sangubashi Station Station [West exit]
8 Minutes walk from Yamanote Line, Yoyogi Station [West exit]
8 Minutes walk from Oedo Line, Yoyogi Station [A1 exit]
5 Minutes walk from Fukutoshin Line, Kitasando Station [Exit 1]
1 Minutes walk from Yamanote Line, Harajuku Station [Station exit]
1 Minutes walk from Chiyoda Line, Meiji Jingu Mae ’Harajuku’ Station [JR exit]
1 Minutes walk from Fukutoshin Line, Meiji Jingu Mae ’Harajuku’ Station [JR exit]

Date Time Entry Address
Apr 29, 2017~May 3, 2017 11:00 am~04:00 pm Free 1-1 Kamizono-cho, Yoyogi, Shibuya, Tokyo
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