Noh theatre X Impact HUB Kyoto

The INI International Noh Institute is pleased to announce the first ‘Introduction to Noh theatre’ course at Impact HUB Kyoto. This 6-session course is aimed at Kyoto residents, exchange students, or any other English-speaker who would like to take a closer look at Noh theatre’s tradition. Participants will learn the basics of Noh chant and dance directly from certified INI instructors. Additional activities include observation of a Noh mask carving workshop and visits to the Noh theatre. Professional Noh actor Udaka Tatsushige will give a performance demonstration on the first session, May 7th. 

Practice sessions will take place at Impact HUB Kyoto, a platform promoting innovative thinking and collaborative work, located in a beautiful traditional building in the heart of Kyoto. See below for access information. The lessons will be held in English and no previous knowledge is required: anyone can join!

Dates and time: Twice a month on Thursdays, from 18:00 to 21:00 (participants are free to come and go at any time). Training calendar: May 7, 21; June 4, 18; July 2, 16. Min 6 Max 10 participants.

Participation Fee: Regular: 10,000; Students/Hub members: 8,000 White tabi (split-toe socks) 800yen.

Application: deadline April 30th Feel free to contact us to place your booking or for any other query ini.kyoto@gmail.com

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Access: Impact HUB Kyoto Get off at Kuramaguchi station on Subway Karasuma line. Take Exit 1, then walk south (toward Doshisha university) for few minutes (located between Tabacco store and a parking lot).

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