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Nagoya-City Nishikawa-ryu Company - 69th Nagoya Odori Classical Japanese Dance Performance

Date : 09/07/2016 - 09/11/2016


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Nishikawa-ryu Company - 69th Nagoya Odori Classical Japanese Dance Performance

Started in 1945 aiming to lightening up the hard lives of the post-war Nagoya people, the Nagoya Odori stage show brings up together all those centuries-old dance techniques and artistic styles from all over Japan, in a majestic and unmissable dance festival eagerly awaited by everybody, presented by none less than the legendary Nishikawa-ryu Company!

Step into the hall and then suddenly, it's Edo Period!

The Nishikawa-Ryu Company, itself with over 170 years of history, presents the annual event that have traditionally entertained Nagoya for the past 70 years: Nagoya Odori!

Up at the stage, the “Nippon Buyo-ka” Japanese Dance Specialists are lined up. Senior veterans full of experience and young newcomers entrusted with the artistic future of the company. Then the “Kuroto”, the geisha specialists of Nishikawa-Ryu nowadays more adequately called “Geiko”. The music is the same one of old, using those long flutes and traditional drums.

At the stage decorated with Edo Period themes, they’ll appear dressed in kimonos, or even jeans trousers. With those colors and movements, enjoy a blissful dive into the artistic history of Japan!

Three different ways of enjoying the stages!

The Session I is entitled “Enjoying the Orthodox “Nippon Buyo” Japanese Dance of Old” (“Mukashi Nagara no Nippon Buyo wo Ajiwau”). Session II will be “Feel the Glorious Bustle” (“Hanayaka na Nigiwai wo Kanjiru”), and Session III, “For the Fresh Beginners, Get Intimate with Japan” (“Cho-Shoshinsha Muke, Wa ni Hitashimu”). From the headers, we’re able to gather that all sorts of Japanese dance techniques will be generously displayed! To see the more traditional and orthodox styles, stick to the afternoon sessions, and for the flashy and modernized themes, go in the night sessions!

EVENT OVERVIEW

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Date : From September 7th (Wed) to 11th (Sun), 2016
(3 sessions/day)
•Session I - Hall opens: 10:20 AM
Stage time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM (approx.)
•Session II - Hall opens: 1:50 PM
Stage time: 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM (approx.)
•Session III - Hall opens: 5:20 PM
Stage time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (approx.)
Holding time : Chunichi Building opens daily from 8:30 AM to 9:30 PM
Place : Chunichi Theatre (Chunichi Building 9th Floor)
Location : 〒460-0008
4-1-1, Sakae, Naka-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture
Fee : Regular tickets:
•Single A-seat: ¥3,780
•Single S-seat: ¥6,480

Theatre Packs:
•Ikoi Plan: ¥8,500
(S-seat on Session I + Tokyu Hotel “Nadaman” Japanese Cuisine Lunch Box + Souvenir Gift)
•Sawayaka Plan: ¥5,800
(A-seat on Session I + Tokyu Hotel “Nadaman” Japanese Cuisine Lunch Box + Souvenir Gift)
•Hanayaka Plan: ¥9,500
(S-seat on Session III + “Tokyo Ningyo-cho’s Imahan” Sukiyaki Dinner Box + Souvenir Gift)
Parking : •Chunichi Building - Tel 052-263-7236
¥290/30min (8:30 AM - 9:30 PM)
•Municipal Parking Hisaya - Tel 052-261-8461
¥280/30min (7:00 AM - 12:00 AM)
•Angel Parking - Tel 052-261-5746
¥280/30min (7:00 AM - 11:00 PM)
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : Ticket reservations and inquiries
052-831-7106
(Nishikawa-Ryu Office)
Tickets purchase : Send Fax to 052-833-9797, or e-mail to webmaster@nishikawa-ryu.com, informing the following:
•Name
•E-mail address
•Address (with postal code)
•Telephone and Fax numbers
In addition to the following:

For Regular tickets:
•Desired day (September 7 (Wed), 8 (Thu), 9 (Fri), 10 (Sat) or 11 (Sun))
•Desired session (I, II or III)
•Desired seat class (A or S)
•Desired number of seats (from 1)

For Theatre Packs:
•Desired day (September 7 (Wed), 8 (Thu), 9 (Fri), 10 (Sat) or 11 (Sun))
•Desired pack (Ikoi, Sawayaka or Hanayaka)
•Desired number of seats (from 1)

*: Tickets will be shipped late-July after the sales start for the general public.

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
Should accuracy be critical, please verify this information using a direct source, whenever possible.

ACCESS

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    1 min walk from Exit 12 or 13 of the Sakae Station of the Subway Higashiyama or Meijo lines

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