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Nagoya-City Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)

Date : 02/01/2019


  • Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)
  • Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)
  • Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)
  • Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)
  • Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)
  • Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)

Warding off bad spirits in a Japanese Halloween-like event!

The old tradition of dressing like an "Obake" ghost in order to expel the "Oni" bad spirits comes back to life at Nagoya's oldest Ryotei restaurant, Kawabun. See renowned geisha and maiko artists performing the rare Setsubun dances of this unmissable event, whilst enjoying the astounding cuisine of Nagoya's supreme "shinise" establishment.

  • Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)
  • Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)
  • Setsubun Festival (Ryotei Kawabun)

EVENT OVERVIEW

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Date : February, 1st (Friday), 2019
Holding time : Admission from 5:00 PM
Show starts at 6:00 PM
Place : Kawabun Ryotei
Location : 〒460-0002
2-12-19 Marunouchi, Naka-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : 25,000 yen (Performance watching, Complete Course Banquet, Drinks, Tax, Charge, all included)
Parking : No parking available, please use parking facilities of the neighborhood.
Phone number : Restaurant Reservations: 052-222-0873
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Children and Underage Guests : Groups accompanied by children or underage guests are kindly requested to use the individual isolated rooms (additional fee of 5,000 yen/room).

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    5 min walk from Exit 2 of the subway Marunouchi Station, or 8 min walk from Exit 1 of the subway Hisayaodori Station.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Exit the Marunouchi Exit of the Nagoya Expressway Ring Route. Turn east (left) at Bank of japan (Nichigin) crossing. Turn north (left) at Sakuradori-Honmachi crossing. Keep for 200m. Kawabun is 40m at the left, from the crossing of Honmachi Dori St. with Uodana Dori St.

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