Yamamoto Noh Theater is the oldest Noh theater in Osaka City, registered as a Tangible Cultural Property of Japan with a history of over 90 years. It was extensively renovated as a showcase project by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, and was reborn to a unique and stunning architecture where modern space confronts a Noh stage engraved with shades of history. It has been visited and praised by many domestic and foreign dignitaries, such as Prime Minister May of England visiting during the G20 in 2019.
Main Banquet Specifications
Name of Banquet Hall
Visitors can watch various traditional performing arts such as Noh, Bunraku, and Rakugo, as well as violin and harp performances on a traditional Japanese Noh stage, and enjoy meals and green tea in the auditorium. You can also take part in Noh, ikebana, and tea ceremony experiences. Subtitles and commentary in English are available. The layout of tables and chairs can be rearranged to suit your needs, for lectures, seminars, and parties (seated or standing).
Noh Stage 588.13 m² / Dressing Room 60 m² / 2nd Floor of Dressing Room 105 m²
Cocktail Party: 150 people / Seating, Classroom: 80-100 people
1-3-6, Tokuichou, Chuouku, Osakashi, Osaka