A five-minute walk east of Osaka Station, this theatre stages nō (stylised dance-drama) shows about twice a month. Look for the relief of a nō actor holding a fan on the facade.
A traditional noh theater where the all-cypress main stage with hashi-gakari is surrounded by shirasu, an area of white pebbles.
“An exhibition center in the heart of the city, built to promote development of Osaka's small- and medium-sized companies.”
“This Osaka Prefectural museum collects, conserves and exhibits materials and documents on Kamigata (the old name of the Kyoto-Osaka area) comedy and performing arts.”
“Located on the shore of Okawa River (former Yodo River) that flows through Osaka, the water capital. A complex facility consisting of OAP Tower & Plaza, Imperial Hotel Osaka.”
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“The new center of Osaka with premises of 26 hectares. An aggregation of not only corporate offices, but also halls, theaters, shops and sports facilities.”