Kembu (apresentação com espadas), uma das muitas artes tradicionais japonesa, mostra a cultura dos samurais, uma classe de guerreiros que governou o Japão durante 700 anos. Os mestres de Kembu, que trabalham para manter o espírito da cultura samurai viva, apresentam este show de 1 hora no palco do Teatro Samurai Kembu. Satisfaça a sua curiosidade intelectual com discussões detalhadas e aprecie as apresentações tradicionais e modernas de Kembu, baseadas em contos históricos do período feudal. Depois disso, segure uma espada samurai em uma sessão de fotos com os artistas.
Performance Samurai de 1 hora em Quioto
Assista a demonstrações da tradicional arte de Kembu e descubra as praticas do samurai
Aprenda sobre a responsabilidade de carregar uma espada samurai, dada a jovens guerreiros nos tempos feudais
Veja contos tradicionais encenados no palco e ouça uma narração informativa Tire uma foto com o artista enquanto segura uma espada e leque
Duas opções de horários do show
The samurai performance in Kyoto was fantastic. It was at the same place as the samurai lesson. Since I had had an afternoon lesson, I asked if I could just switch my performance to the afternoon and they had no issues with that. The venue was small and intimate and the performers did a great job displaying their physicality. Before each section, an announcer would come out and explain in English what the performance you were about to experience was and its relevance to either Japan's history or to samurai culture. Overall, a great performance well worth the price of admission!
We really enjoyed this experience. The place is a bit tricky to find though. We were treated to a wonderful show and we learned a bit about samurai history. The stories were played out and the actors were very graceful. Highlight was photo taking time when we handled the swords. We went away with little gifts at the end of the show. Very entertaining!
Our family had a great time at this unique performance. Our kids especially liked learning more about the samurai culture in Japan. The staff had minimal English, but enough for you to understand. Fun for the whole family!