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STAGE

Stage

Against a classical and authentic background of old pine trees
said to be painted by an artist belonging to the Kano School in the Edo Period,
watch stage performances of traditional performing arts
such as Noh, Kyogen, Japanese dance,
and ancient Japanese court music that transcend traditional schools.
Enjoy a "feast" of these Japanese traditional performing arts up close,
a luxurious experience unique to SUIGIAN.

Other than Special performances,
there will be no stage performances
during daytime business hours.
(11:30 am-3:00 pm)

Momokawa Geinagon

Geinagon

In addition to special performances, you can enjoy food and drink while you watch the "Momokawa Geinagon" performance every night.

"Geinagon" is a group composed of female Nihon-buyou, Nagauta, Koto song, Shakuhachi performers who teach their art at the highest level.

[ Momokawa Geinagon Performance Time ]
Tuesday to Saturday, multiple show times from 7:00 pm
Sunday, multiple show times 6:00 pm-9:00 pm

Nihon-buyou: Japanese traditional performing art, which is to dance to the Japanese classical music.

Nagauta: Classical Japanese song accompanied by shamisen.

Koto song: The "Koto," also known as "Japanese harp," is a traditional Japanese stringed instrument similar to a zither.

Shakuhachi: A vertical bamboo flute (with four holes in front and one in back).

27th SUIGIAN Culture Maison
Tsunao Yamai’s Monthly Project "DO YOU Noh ?" Vol.7
April 14th (Fri)

Tsunao Yamai

This event is a lecture (talking event)
given in Japanese only,
so reservations are not recommended.
Thank you for your understanding.

Special Performance: Spring Kagura
Hiromasa Ishiyama, the 10th Grand Master of the Bushu Sato-Kagura "Ishiyama Shachu"
Kagura "Ryusuishofuku"
April 16th (Sun)

Kagura Ryusuishofuku

* * Kagura: sacred music and dancing performed at shrines.

Appearance: Bushu Sato-Kagura "Ishiyama Shachu"
Ebisu gami: Takako Takahashi | 
Musashi ryūjin: Naoki Shibata
Large drum: Hiromasa Ishiyama | 
Flute: Koh Matsuzawa | 
Big drum: Motohide Kobayashi
Program: "Ryusuishofuku"
Ebisu reels in a pearl from the sea.
The pearl releases a strong light, and Ebisu says, as if calling out to the sea, "This is a sign that the dragon god will appear." The dragon god appears, and together with Ebisu dances the "Dance of Delight," wishing peace and tranquility and bountiful harvests in the seas. The pearl becomes a precious orb which harbors the power of the gods.
With the power of the precious orb, "Musashi no kuni" prospered as a province abundant in the blessings of water and life, which connects to the present Reiwa era.
* Musashi no kuni: The former name of the province which straddled the regions which comprise Tokyo Metropolis, Saitama Prefecture, and the eastern portion of Kanagawa Prefecture. It is also known as "Bushu."

Please arrive prior to the performance start time.
Late arrivals may be denied admission.

April 16th (Sun)
[ Day part ]
Doors Open 11:30 am / Performance 12:30 pm /
Closing 3:00 pm

cuisine

Lunch plan

"Sato-Kagura"
appetizer, seasonal platter, rice, dessert
¥ 13,200
"Izumo"
appetizer, first seasonal platter, soup, later seasonal platter, grilled dish, rice, dessert
¥ 19,800

* All listed prices include tax. There will be additional 10% service charge for food and drinks.

[ Night part ]
Doors Open 6:00 pm / Performance 7:00 pm

cuisine

Dinner plan

"Sato-Kagura"
appetizer, seasonal platter, rice, dessert, matcha green tea & dry sweets
¥ 16,500
"Izumo"
appetizer, first seasonal platter, soup, later seasonal platter, grilled dish, rice, dessert, matcha green tea & dry sweets
¥ 22,000

* All listed prices include tax. There will be additional 10% service charge for food and drinks.

26th SUIGIAN Culture Maison
"Culture salon The Art of HOKUSAI" Vol.2
April 1st (Sat)

HOKUSAI

This event is a lecture (talking event)
given in Japanese only,
so reservations are not recommended.
Thank you for your understanding.

This event ended on Saturday, April 1st.
Thank you for coming.

Special Performance: Spring Nohgaku
Enjoy Spring in Full Bloom with Noh Vol.2
March 31st (Fri)

Nohgaku Genjiro Okura

We have gathered colorful songs about spring and cherry blossoms to offer you a time-honored, quintessentially Japanese feasting experience.

This special performance is comprised of three pieces connected to spring and cherry blossoms, "Dokko," "Shimai," and "Maibayashi," which are planned, performed, and commentated by Human National Treasure Genjiro Okura.

Please take this opportunity to experience the tranquility of spring in full bloom as you enjoy SUIGIAN's quintessentially delicious Japanese cuisine and imagine yourself going cherry blossom viewing.

* Dokko: This format of performance features vocal music with percussion instrument Hayashikata (accompaniment).
* Shimai: A Noh dance performed in formal attire instead of a costume and without instrumental accompaniment.
* Maibayashi: A digest version of Noh. The Shite (main actor) dances alone without mask or costume, wearing simply a garment with their family crest and hakama (Japanese male formal attire) with the Chorus and Accompaniment in the background.

This event ended on Friday, March 31st.
Thank you for coming.

Special Performance: Spring Nohgaku
Enjoy Spring in Full Bloom with Noh Vol.1
March 24th (Fri)

Noh Manjiro Tatsumi

We have gathered colorful songs about spring and cherry blossoms to offer you a time-honored, quintessentially Japanese feasting experience.

This special performance is planned, performed, and commentated by a Noh performer of the Shite-kata (Noh main actor) Hosho School, Manjiro Tatsumi, who has received the general designation of Important Intangible Cultural Asset as well as the title of Cultural Exchange Envoy from the Agency for Cultural Affairs.

Please take this opportunity to experience the tranquility of spring in full bloom as you enjoy SUIGIAN's quintessentially delicious Japanese cuisine and imagine yourself going cherry blossom viewing.

This event ended on Friday, March 24th.
Thank you for coming.