The charm of Kanagawa is here! Six cultural experiences I would like to let you know about right now!!
Welcome to Magcul.net, the website that provides you with information about art and culture in Kanagawa Prefecture!! Kanagawa Prefecture lies approximately one hour by train away from Tokyo, the capital of Japan. It is an extremely attractive region that has both the beautiful nature of sea and mountains, as well as cities with trendy shops and tourist attractions.
This page introduces you to carefully selected contents about things you can see and experience in Kanagawa Prefecture that is especially recommended to foreign visitors to Japan, such as Seasonal Festivals, Local Specialties, Ukiyo-e Woodblock Prints, and Historic Ryokan Inns. We also let you know about art institutions within the prefecture, as well as places for eating and sightseeing close to them. We hope you will discover places you are interested in and will come to visit Kanagawa Prefecture!
("Magcul" is the abbreviation of "Magnet Culture", the initiative of Kanagawa Prefecture for creating a buzz in the region by attracting people through the charm of culture and art.
3. See and learn about Kanagawa Prefecture's original landscapes through ukiyo-e woodblock prints.
"The Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido - Kawasaki - Rokugo Ferry" Utagawa Hiroshige (first generation)
(Image courtesy of: Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History)
Theater / DanceDouble Planet Episode 5Double Planet Episode 5 "Today a miracle begins to happen" Satoru Aono (Furutajun & Yota Kanda / Radio Sho ･･･
traditional cultureStill we will liveKyogen performer's cypress stage in the 21st century Vol.13 Tradition "core", new values, and Daizo doctri ･･･
Theater / Dance musicsDouble Planet Episode 4Double Planet Episode 4 "The animal I grew up thinking was a dog was actually a cat." Luka Tamaru (Futajun &am ･･･
musicsMurakami Haruki? "Chemical reaction" of musicYokohama City Aoba Ward Cultural Center Philia HallFeel free to enjoy! Living with a concert File.10 Beethoven's "The Grand Trio" Kosaburo Mori (music writer ･･･