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Meijiza

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2-31-1 Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo 103-0007 Tokyo Prefecture
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[Virtual Tour] Tokyo Highlights
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[Virtual Tour] Tokyo Highlights

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This online experience gives you rough idea of Tokyo's sightseeing spot and culture. <br>It's about 45-60 minutes experience via Zoom and could understand what you could see in Tokyo and tips while travelling. <br>*It’s NOT a real tour, but online virtual tour. <br>*The time is Japan Standard Time(GMT +9:00). Please exchange to your time.<br><br>HIGHLIGHTS <br>・Learn about Tokyo, the capital of Japan<br>・Tips to visit iconic places and Recommendation from local<br>・Concierge service to travel Tokyo (Stay, Meal, etc)
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Joonas L wrote a review Apr 2017
Lappeenranta, Finland155 contributions48 helpful votes
I really liked this show, especially it's music. The whole show was a nice combination of some kabuki, dance, swordplay and some anime.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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tamadig2001 wrote a review Mar 2017
Canada14 contributions13 helpful votes
This show is a mix of everything Japanese, from Kabuki to modern Harajuku style pop, from swordplay to acrobatics, and traditional Japanese instruments such as the flute and taiko to electric guitar. There is also a clever use of colors in both the costumes and backdrops to express the changing of the seasons, and real life persons interchanging with the anime background. There isn't much of a story and you don't have to understand the language to follow it. I would say it is a good introduction of Japanese culture to the average tourist, but everything is very superficial and surface level. The show is quite expensive at 6000 yen if you pay the full price, considering it's just 70 minutes long.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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kymkymkymc wrote a review Feb 2017
Brisbane, Australia34 contributions37 helpful votes
My mother & I have just returned from seeing this show & we LOVED it. It was spectacular & there was a great mix of traditional dance & modern, plus some cool acrobatics too. The visual of this show is fantastic & for us non Japanese speakers you can download an app to translate! However as it is mostly dancing, songs & action, not too much speaking, if you aren't able to use the app, you would still thoroughly enjoy this show. It is only on until the end of march, so if you can I really recommend you go. We also got a coupon for half price tickets (3000 yen - which is a bargain for this quality of show) from the Nihonbashi tourist information centre @ coredo. One of the highlights of my trip.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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vyabsley wrote a review Feb 2017
Northern Ireland, United Kingdom40 contributions19 helpful votes
A fun musical performance show, although don’t go in expecting any kind of story. It’s basically a music and dance performance to show the surface-level tourist version of Japanese culture. Kind of feels like a dry run for a 2020 Olympics opening ceremony piece, so I'd probably just wait to watch that instead.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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hiro-oc wrote a review Jan 2017
Tokyo, Japan24 contributions2 helpful votes
A girls high school student who can not be interested in anything, Sakura is guided by a white fox encountered one day and goes to a magical journey. Bring the lost cherry blossoms again. Sakura 's journey is also a journey on the theme of "regeneration". We combine pop culture with animation, games and other traditional arts such as Japanese dance and Japanese musical instruments to express the beauty and strength of Japan, and the transition of the four seasons. In addition, vivid images that change various expressions, performances that can be unfolded in front of you and interactions with dancers wrap everything in the audience into the world of "SAKURA - Japan in the Box". In addition, we will draw the four seasons of Japan with the expressive method not relying on words, so that we can enjoy not only Japanese but also Japanese foreigners. 在明治座现在感觉日本的传统艺术,如四季“SAKURA - 日本IN THE短暂的日本舞蹈和日本乐器,动漫,游戏,流行文化的美,力量的结合日本和代表性箱形“,是在展会期间。 在明治座現在感覺日本的傳統藝術,如四季“SAKURA - 日本IN THE短暫的日本舞蹈和日本樂器,動漫,遊戲,流行文化的美,力量的結合日本和代表性箱形“,是在展會期間。 明治座では今の日本を感じられる、日本舞踊や和楽器などの伝統芸能に、アニメーション、ゲームなどポップカルチャーを組み合わせ日本の美しさ、強さ、そして四季の移ろいを表現した『SAKURA -JAPAN IN THE BOX-』が上演中。
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Date of experience: January 2017
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