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Kamakura Noh Stage

Kamakura Noh Stage

Kamakura Noh Stage was founded in Hasaya, Kamakura by the late Shozo Nakamori on May 3, 1970, with the purpose of contributing to the improvement of culture by showcasing and promoting Japan's traditional performing arts, Nohgaku. . (Complete in April 1971) Currently, Kanta Nakamori has taken over and is leading the operation. In addition to holding regular performances called ``Knowing Noh Meeting''®, it also serves as a Noh theater museum, displaying stages, Noh masks, Noh costumes, and more. It can also be used for exhibitions, etc. On November 1, 2011, we were certified as a public interest incorporated foundation by Kanagawa Prefecture.

In addition, since 2009, we have opened the Nohgaku Museum within the building, which is open to the public. You can see the Noh stage, Noh masks, and Noh costumes on display.

Detailed info

Business hours
  • 10:00-16:00 [Closed] Sundays, public holidays, and other irregular holidays *If you make a reservation in advance, you can visit on Sundays and public holidays.
Access
神奈川県鎌倉市長谷3-5-13
Parking 無(専用駐車場はございません)

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