National Bunraku Theatre
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A breathtaking surprise in dolls' play
It is a home for Kamigata performing arts including Bunraku（ningyo joruri）, which was originated from Kansei, a Japanese puppet drama which is a world's intangible cultural heritage registered by UNESCO, classical Japanese dance, music and other dramatic performances. Nearby is the Kuromon Market where you can get various ingredients from all around the country.
In Bunraku performances, we offer makumi tickets to watch one show in a short time at a reasonable price.
(Check with the theater or major travel agents for schedules of Bunraku performance)
|Address||1-12-10 Nipponbashi, Chuo Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture 542-0073|
|Access||1-minute walk after getting off at Nipponbashi Station of Subway・Kintetsui|
|Hours||Open Space on the 1st. Floor 10:00～18:00|
|Regular holiday||Once per month (Irregular)|
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