Designed by A. Raymond, who had a great influence on the Japanese architectural world and was called the "father of modern architecture". After being built at 127 Yamate in 1926 as the private residence of Mr. Erismann, who was the manager of the big silk thread trader Siebel Hegner Company in Yokohama, it was relocated and restored in the current Motomachi Park in 1990. ..
It is a yose-style performance centered on rakugo.
An incandescent night by an unprecedented quartet that was fully booked at the 21st Muza performance!
Take a pinch as a chance ?! "People in the middle" struggle to challenge Korona-ka!
- Recommended for dates
Sponsored by Kanagawa Prefectural Music Hall, 2 groups of 4 people will receive a [1 day pass] to watch 3 performances!
"15th Fresh Concert" where young talent born in Kanagawa echoes in the music hall
The music of the orchestra pays attention to the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra and the staff power that supports the music!