Have you ever seen a Noh play ?
Japanese traditional mask play
Apr. 1 (Wed) / 2 (Thu) / 3(Fri ), 2020 from 6:40 pm
Venue : Noh Theater at Yasukuni Shrine
The 28th “Yozakura-noh” which will be performed in Bonfire Light at the Yasukuni Shrine in April 2020 has become one of the seasonal events that many people look forward to every year.
The noh-stage at Yasukuni Shrine is the oldest noh-stage made of wood in Tokyo, and this is the only noh and kyogen performance to be played under beautiful “Yozakura” (cherry blossoms at night).
It is also a great opportunity to see the performances of the leading noh-actors who are living national treasures together with up-and-coming young noh-actors.
✿ Illuminated Yasukuni-Shrine is breathtakingly beautiful ✿
✿ In light from a bonfire, a fantastic Noh-Stage emerges out of darkness ✿
✿ Japanese traditional dance with gorgeous costume on the stage!! ✿
✿✿✿ “Like entering a history picture scroll !!” ✿✿✿
■Venue depends on the day’s weather.
The performance will be held in light rain.
In the case of heavy rain, the venue will be changed to Shinjuku Cultural Center.
Information on the day is available at Teledome.
Please call 0180-991-560 after 4:30 ㏘
■ Performance Schedule ＆ Program
・ The 1st Night 1 April Wed, from 6:40 pm
Maibayashi “Takasago” Hajime Tazaki
Kyogen “Yobikoe” Mansai Nomura/Yuki Nomura
Noh “Miwa” Ryuzo Tazaki
・ The 2nd Night 2 April Thu, from 6:40 pm
Maibayashi “Iwafune-Saonokata” Kimio õtsubo
Kyogen “Shimizu” Mansaku Nomura /Yukio Ishida
Noh “Funabenkei-Nochinodetomenoden” Kazufusa Hosho/Mansai Nomura
・ The 3rd Night 3 April Fri, from 6:40 pm
Maibayashi “Kuramatengu” Kisho Umewaka
Kyogen “Kazumo” Man Nomura/ Manzo Nomura
Noh “Daihannya” Minoru Umewaka/Yoshimasa Kanze
※Notice: the entrance is prohibited during the Fire Ceremony.
We rcommend you the third day !
On the third night, you can enjoy the great performances, played by two famous performers who were all designated as Living National Treasure.
“Daihannya“ is based on the famous Chinese old story of “Journey to the West” which is very comprehensible and entertaining.
Man Nomura a Kyogen performer of the Izumi School
a member of the Japan Art Academy
a living national treasure
Minoru Umewaka a Noh performer of the Kanze School
a living national treasure
■Ticket Sales (incl. tax)
On Sale from February 1 (Sat), 2020 10:00 am
Reserved Seats : ＳＳ：￥１２,5００/Ｓ：￥８,8００/Ａ：￥５,7００ (for each night)
Non-reserved Seats : Ｂ：￥３,6００yen (for each night)
■Ticket information:(Credit card payment is available on both sites)
please go to
Inquiry ☎ 03-6228-1062（10:00 am-6:00 pm weekday)
please go to https://ib.eplus.jp/yozakura-noh
・English Earphone Guide
￥700+￥1,000 (refundable deposit)
・No entrance to children under seven
・It tends to be quite chilly at night so please keep warm
・In case of substitute venue, your seat number remains the same as the original venue
■there will be some refreshments sold at the venue, and rental blankets are available(￥500 incl. tax）
■Venue: Noh Theater at Yasukuni Shrine
（a short walk from either Kudanshita Subway or Iidabashi JR station)
Doors : 6:10 pm Curtains : 6:40 pm ～ 9:00 pm
For access and a map of the place, please visit Yasukuni Shrine's
The audience seats are located outdoors.
■Substitute Venue : Shinjuku-Cultual Center
(5 minutes walk from Higashi-Shinjuku station)
Doors : 18:40 Curtains : 19:10 ～ 21:10
Organized by : Fuji Television Network, Inc. / Institute yozakura-noh
Supported by : Chiyoda City Tourism Association
Special Sponsor : Tonets Corporation