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Izushi Kabuki Theater Tickets & 1-Night Stay Plan

Kabuki Tickets with 1-night Stay & City Bus Pass

Every year at the start of November, famous Kabuki actors gather in Izushi to put on unforgettable Kabuki performances at Eirakukan, the oldest Kabuki theater in the Kansai region. Stay 1 night near Toyooka station at Toyooka Park Hotel and then watch Kabuki on the following day.

Additional Notes:
-This plan is limited to Foreigners with a valid tourist visa in their passport.
-The hotel room is a non-smoking twin room with breakfast (Choose between continental or Japanese).
-A 1-day city bus pass is included.
-Once purchased, the kabuki tickets are non-refundable.
-Show your Reservation Confirmation Email at the hotel to receive your kabuki tickets & bus pass.
-This plan is for double occupancy only.

(The picture to the left is of Ainosuke Kataoka in his role as Nagao Terutora. Provided by Shochiku Co., Ltd.)

Plan
11:30 AM Show
4:00 PM Show
Sales period
2017/11/052017/11/09
Meeting spot
Toyooka Park HotelMAP
Retailer・Organizing company
TOYOOKA TOURISM INNOVATION
Information
Day 1:Arrive at Toyooka Park Hotel
   Check-in:3:00 pm~ Check-out :~10:00 am
Day 2:Toyooka==(Zentan City Bus)==Izushi・・・Eirakukan Kabuki Theater
    ★Choose from the 11:30 am show and the 4:00 pm show.
    ◎AM Show - 11:30 am ~ 2:30 pm (Doors open at 11:00 am)
    ◎PM Show - 4:00 pm ~ 7:00 pm (Doors open at 3:30 pm)
    
【Bus Schedule】
AM Show: Toyooka Station 10:35 am (Depart)=====Izushi 11:05 am (Arrive)
PM Show: Toyooka Station 2:43 pm (Depart)=====Izushi 3:20 pm (Arrive)
*The kabuki performance at Eirakukan will take place on Day 2 of this plan.
*Show your Reservation Confirmation Email at the hotel to receive your kabuki tickets & bus pass.

Please note that transportation to and from Toyooka, as well as meals (excluding the hotel breakfast) are not included in this plan.

This plan is for double occupancy only.

Eirakukan Kabuki Theater was built in 1901 and is still standing in the same place. After being closed in 1964, Eirakukan was restored and reopened to the public in 2008. Unlike the modern Kabuki theaters found in metropolitan cities, feel the history and culture of Eirakukan as you indulge in a Kabuki performance.

The actors greet and introduce themselves to the audience in between the show's kabuki plays.

Outside of Toyooka Park Hotel

Twin room

Example of continental breakfast

Example of Japanese breakfast

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