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  • Noh Laboratory Theater, TESSENKAI
  • Noh Laboratory Theater, TESSENKAI
  • Noh Laboratory Theater, TESSENKAI
  • Noh Laboratory Theater, TESSENKAI
  • Noh Laboratory Theater, TESSENKAI

Noh Laboratory Theater, TESSENKAI


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  • Regular performance 2,700 - 8,500JPY (Incl.tax)Tennsenkai’s main performance held at Suidoukyou/ Hoshou noh theatre
  • Aoyama Noh2,200 - 5,000JPY (Incl.tax)Young person’s workshop performance with the opportunity to see the performers close up on an impressive stage
  • Aoyama Noh MIRAI1,000 - 3,500JPY (Incl.tax)Public performance of training the next-generation of Noh performers
  • Open lecture and Noh appreciation1,500 - 10,000JPY (Incl.tax)A comprehensive course that includes a lecture by a researcher , a demonstration of practical skills by a Noh master and Noh appreciation 
  • A ‘open door’ Noh experience 3,000JPY (Incl.tax)Experience looking at a performer’s masks close up, you can also try wearing a Noh mask and walking on the stage  


Tessenkai is a public-service corporation based in the Tessenkai Noh-play training institute in south Aoyama. We regularly put on Noh and Kyogen performances at the Hosho Noh Theatre and the National Noh Theatre, we also endeavor to popularize these traditional theatrical styles as much as possible. Regardless of age or gender, we would like to raise people’s interest in this rich, traditional performance-art that Japan is world-famous for. To that end we hold events for school children of all ages and for children and parents, so they can experience and learn to appreciate Noh theatre. We also give lectures with the guidance of Noh performers, so that school teachers can give lessons about Noh and help their students to appreciate the art form. Apart from classical works we also stage new works, reproductions and proactively participate in overseas productions. Noh is a classical performing-art that can be said to be the culmination of ancient Japanese and medieval culture, while at the same time it can be seen as a performing-arts that still speaks to us in the present day, sharply depicting the human condition. We hope that you will be able to come and enjoy the world of Noh and Kyogen at least once.

Location Information

  • Address

    4-21-29, Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0062

  • Nearest Station
    Omotesando Station
    ・ Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
    ・ Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
    ・ Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
    Exit A4
    3 minutes on foot
  • Phone Number

    Our staff may only be able to communicate in Japanese.

  • Hours
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    *Differ with each facility*Hours of operation may vary with events
  • Closed
    Irregular holidays
    *New Year’s holiday*May be temporarily closed.*Closed for a period in the summer*Closed for a period in the winter*Closed other days as set by facility*Closed January 1 – 3
  • Budget
    1,000 JPY - 8,500 JPY
  • Public Site
    Official Site

Further Facilities & Services

  • Children Allowed
  • Washroom: available