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“Nohgaku” (Term used to describe both Noh and Kyougen) is a traditional form of Japanese theater and dance that has been performed for over 600 years since the Muromachi Period (1336 to 1573). In 2008, “Nohgaku” was registered as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in Japan by UNESCO because of its high levels of artistry which have come to be recognized around the world. The Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo hosts the “Noh” Event and Exhibition as part of our “Japanese Cultural Experience Program”, designed to disseminate various aspects of Japanese culture to both our Japanese and overseas guests.
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About the Keio Plaza Hotel
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo (KPH), located in Shinjuku at the very heart of the nation’s capital Tokyo, is one of Japan’s leading international hotels. Our hotel boasts of over 15 restaurants and bars, and we host a wide range of local and international guests who visit us for our welcoming facilities, warm hospitality and unique services that allow them to experience Japanese culture, including wedding kimono experience, tea ceremony and many others. For more information about us, please visit our website, YouTube, Facebook or Instagram.
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Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo
Keiko Kawashima, +81-3-5322-8010
Public Relations Manager
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