SUIGIAN

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, Kagura,
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.

Schedule

前月へMay翌月へ
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Aoimisho Izumietc.]

2
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Aoimisho Izumietc.]

3
Kagura

Cast:
Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
(The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

4
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Karen Mizukietc.]

5
Koto & Shakuhachi

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Mihoko Ajima
Keizan Tanabe]

67
Kagura

Cast:
Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
(The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

8
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

9
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

10
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

11
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

12
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Karen Mizukietc.]

1314
Kagura

Cast:
Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
(The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

15
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

16
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

17
Privately reserved


18
Koto & Shakuhachi

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Mihoko Ajima
Keizan Higuchi]

19
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Karen Mizukietc.]

2021
Kagura

Cast:
Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
(The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

22
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

23
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

24
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

25
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Karen Mizukietc.]

262728
Kagura

Cast:
Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
(The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

29
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

30
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

31
Nihon-buyou

Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
[Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

Regular HolidaySpecial Performance

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May
前月へ 翌月へ

Regular HolidaySpecial Performance

  • 1(Wed)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Aoimisho Izumietc.]

  • 2(Thu)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Aoimisho Izumietc.]

  • 3(Fri)
    Kagura

    Cast:
    Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
    (The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

  • 4(Sat)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Karen Mizukietc.]

  • 5(Sun)
    Koto & Shakuhachi

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Mihoko Ajima
    Keizan Tanabe]

  • 6(Mon)
  • 7(Tue)
    Kagura

    Cast:
    Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
    (The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

  • 8(Wed)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

  • 9(Thu)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

  • 10(Fri)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

  • 11(Sat)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

  • 12(Sun)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Karen Mizukietc.]

  • 13(Mon)
  • 14(Tue)
    Kagura

    Cast:
    Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
    (The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

  • 15(Wed)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

  • 16(Thu)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

  • 17(Fri)
    Privately reserved


  • 18(Sat)
    Koto & Shakuhachi

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Mihoko Ajima
    Keizan Higuchi]

  • 19(Sun)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Karen Mizukietc.]

  • 20(Mon)
  • 21(Tue)
    Kagura

    Cast:
    Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
    (The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

  • 22(Wed)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

  • 23(Thu)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

  • 24(Fri)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

  • 25(Sat)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Karen Mizukietc.]

  • 26(Sun)
  • 27(Mon)
  • 28(Tue)
    Kagura

    Cast:
    Hiromasa Ishiyamaetc.
    (The 10th Grand Master of the Ishiyama Shachu)

  • 29(Wed)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kyonosuke Fujimaetc.]

  • 30(Thu)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

  • 31(Fri)
    Nihon-buyou

    Cast: Momokawa-Geinagon
    [Kieayaka Hanayagietc.]

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Please note that the performers and program
may be subject to change due to circumstances.
Please understand in advance.

Momokawa Geinagon

Geinagon

During dinner and bar time, excluding Special Performance dates, guests can enjoy an on-stage performance by "Momokawa Geinagon" while dining.
The performance consists of several digest versions of dances, approximately 7-8 minutes in length, providing our guests with the finest of entertainment experiences, and great topics for conversation while dining.

"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 ]
Wednesday-Sunday 7:00 pm-10:00 pm /
Multiple performances

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).

Special Performance
Kagura "Kengyoku no chikai"
May 26th (Sun)

Kagura Kengyokunochikai

A performing arts that offers up a prayer for long life, abundant harvest of crops, and cleansing of misfortune; additionally, many performance programs feature Noh plays and the myths of Chronicles of Japan, etc. as a theme. It is a traditional art greatly loved over the ages by the masses, and even now is indispensable to shrine festivals.

Appearance: Bushu Sato-Kagura "Ishiyama Shachu"
Amaterasu Omikami: Hiromasa Ishiyama | 
Susanoo no Mikoto: Naoki Shibata
Flute: Koh Matsuzawa | 
Large drum: Takako Takahashi | 
Big drum: Masaki Saito
Program: Sato-Kagura
"Kengyoku no chikai (Swords and Jewels Pledge)"
Amaterasu Omikami, who rules over Takamagahara, makes an offering of heirloom jewels and prays day and night for the peace of the peoples of all lands.
Her younger brother Susanoo no Mikoto, disowned after incurring the anger of Amaterasu Omikami, makes the decision to ascend to Takamagahara.
Amaterasu Omikami displays anger and sets upon Susanoo no Mikoto, who apologizes for his past foul deeds, defeats a monstrous serpent of the underworld, and explains that he has come to offer up a treasured sword.
Amaterasu Omikami forgives Susanoo no Mikoto his sins, and offers the family heirloom treasures as a sign of reconciliation.
The two great figures perform a "Treasured sword dance" that makes a vow of eternal peace, and pray for the prosperity of each other's lands.
The long shadow of sorrow cast by the discord between the two is exorcised, and a great joy fills the world.
Susanoo no Mikoto descended to Izumo no kuni where his beloved wife awaited. He is seen off by Amaterasu Omikami, who prays for universal peace and tranquility over the lands and radiates an even greater brilliance in Takamagahara.
The sword presented by Susanoo no Mikoto has come down to the imperial family today as the legendary blade "Kusanagi no Tsurugi", one of the three Imperial Regalia of Japan.
Amaterasu Omikami is enshrined in Ise Grand Shrine as the most supreme among eight million gods. Susanoo no Mikoto is enshrined in Omiya Hikawa Shrine in Musashi no kuni Ichinomiya (the present-day city of Saitama in Saitama Prefecture). They continue to protect Japan today.
* Amaterasu Omikami: The "Sun Goddess" called is said to be the chief divinity of Shintoism.
* Susanoo no Mikoto: One of the most famous gods to have appeared in Japanese mythology. Younger brother to the "goddess of the sun, Amaterasu Omikami," who is recognized as the ruling god of the Shinto religion.
* Izumo no kuni: The former name of the land making up the eastern part of modern Shimane Prefecture.

Synopsis

May 26th (Sun)

[ Day part ]
Doors Open 12:00 pm / Performance 1:00 pm /
Closing 3:30 pm

[ Night part ]
Doors Open 6:30 pm / Performance 7:30 pm

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

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Viewing & Dining Plans

Course "Setsugetsuka"
appetizer, seasonal platter, rice, dessert, matcha green tea & dry sweets
¥ 19,800
Course "Kachōfūgetsu"
appetizer, first seasonal platter, soup, later seasonal platter, grilled dish, rice, dessert, matcha green tea & dry sweets
¥ 24,200
Premium course "Fukutokushōrai"
appetizer, first seasonal platter, soup, later seasonal platter, grilled dish, rice, dessert, matcha green tea & dry sweets
¥ 27,500

* All listed prices include taxes and service charges.
* Orders will be served upon seating. Please enjoy the cuisine together with the performance.

Special Performance
Kagura "Yumiya Hachiman"
June 30th (Sun)

Kagura YumiyaHachiman

A performing arts that offers up a prayer for long life, abundant harvest of crops, and cleansing of misfortune; additionally, many performance programs feature Noh plays and the myths of Chronicles of Japan, etc. as a theme. It is a traditional art greatly loved over the ages by the masses, and even now is indispensable to shrine festivals.

Appearance: Bushu Sato-Kagura "Ishiyama Shachu"
Empress Jingu: Hiromasa Ishiyama | 
Emperor Ojin: Naoki Shibata
Flute: Koh Matsuzawa | 
Large drum: Takako Takahashi | 
Big drum: Masaki Saito
Program: Sato-Kagura
"Yumiya Hachiman"
Empress Jingu dances the "Hikiyumi no Mai" and summons her child Hondawakeno no Mikoto.
Empress Jingu tells Hondawakeno no Mikoto to face foreign countries with military might and rule the nation with might and virtue as the emperor, and bestows the “Bow and Arrows of Hachiman” as a symbol of this.
A dance is performed by the mother and child to pray for world peace.
Empress Jingu entrusts Hondawakeno no Mikoto with the government of Japan and takes her leave.
Having seen the Empress off, Hondawakeno no Mikoto accedes the throne, dances the imperial dance to inspire with his will to lead the country as Emperor Ojin, and demonstrates his abundant wisdom and military might to the world.
Rather than a weapon, the bow and arrow are a symbol of protection to seal away conflict.
"Hachiman" means many military flags, and Hachiman shrines, which enshrine Emperor Ojin, are deeply revered by samurai families, and there are said to be 40,000 shrines, the most any god in all of Japan.
In this gorgeous and auspicious Kagura dance, prominent figures in ancient Japanese history by the names of Empress Jingu and Emperor Ojin dance on stage at the same time.
* Empress Jingu: The empress consort to the 14th Emperor Chuai of Japan. Along with Himiko (Queen of Ancient Japan), she was known as one of the most famous and iconic heroines of ancient Japan, a figure who was said to have served as a symbol of a powerful female military commander.
* Hondawakeno no Mikoto: The name by which the 15th Emperor of Japan, Emperor Ojin, was known by during his lifetime. He is the fourth son (prince) of Emperor Chuai. His mother is Empress Jingu.

Synopsis

June 30th (Sun)

[ Day part ]
Doors Open 12:00 pm / Performance 1:00 pm /
Closing 3:30 pm

[ Night part ]
Doors Open 6:30 pm / Performance 7:30 pm

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

雪月花
花鳥風月
福徳招来
福徳招来 イメージ

Viewing & Dining Plans

Course "Setsugetsuka"
appetizer, seasonal platter, rice, dessert, matcha green tea & dry sweets
¥ 19,800
Course "Kachōfūgetsu"
appetizer, first seasonal platter, soup, later seasonal platter, grilled dish, rice, dessert, matcha green tea & dry sweets
¥ 24,200
Premium course "Fukutokushōrai"
appetizer, first seasonal platter, soup, later seasonal platter, grilled dish, rice, dessert, matcha green tea & dry sweets
¥ 27,500

* All listed prices include taxes and service charges.
* Orders will be served upon seating. Please enjoy the cuisine together with the performance.