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About our school
We as a school of Kabuki hope to help find that something that may be lost in modern society. I have 25 years working experience at the theatre and have introduced Kabuki for more than 100 times which comes to more than 5000 people in total.

Recent changes of our lifestyles has shown convenience in some aspects whilst putting pressure on real and or meaningful interactions with one another.

Kabuki has a history of 400 years and has long been loved by many and from a wide audience. Our private organisation hope that once again we find the key to get in touch with what seems to have become lost in modern day living by learning the meaning of Kabuki and the joy of Kabuki.

Our efforts
We cater to the needs of educational institutions and nursing homes and will provide you with seminars and performances of Kabuki planned for each audience not only in Japan but for people around the world.

We are looking for affiliated schools and branch schools
We also hope for affiliations and partnerships that has taken interest in our seminars.
Please contact us for more details.

Management
Kabuki no Gakkou Management office.
Monday to Friday 10:00am-5:00pm.

Address
1962-99 Kitasotoyama, Komaki city, Aichi pref., 485-0023, Japan

Greetings from the principal
I have worked at the theatre for 25 years. I wish to introduce Kabuki to a more broader audience and to the world through seminars of the history of Kabuki and by introducing the plays. From that wish after about a year of preparation I have managed to open our first school Kabuki no Gakkou in March in the year 2014.

We would like to thank everyone for showing support in our activity.

Principal's background

1964. 11 Was born in Komaki city in Aichi prefecture. His father worked for an advertising company and liked art. His mother liked Kabuki, so much so that she went to see a play while expecting Tatsuki.
1969. 2 Enters kindergarten. Goes to see Kabuki at Misonoza played by Nakamura Kanzaburo XVIII with his grandmother.
1969. 10 Goes again with his grandmother where he refused to leave halfway through a play for he wanted to see till the end but had to catch the last train to go home.
1971. 8 Chose to write about seeing a play at Misonoza for his homework over the holidays.
1976. 4 Makes a local history study club, exploring historic sites in Komaki city. Starts visiting museums with his father.
1982. 3 Graduates Komaki High School.
1986. 3 Graduates Aichi University in the faculty of law and economics.
1986. 4 Enters Misonoza Co. Ltd. in the sales division. Managing East Mikawa, Toyota district and other areas. Promotes Kabuki to Toyota Motor Corporation, to people coming from overseas and to high schools and universities. Visits other theatres playing Kabuki.
1990. 7 Moves to the production division. Visits New York city for the first time. Sees musicals in Broadway noticing differences in cultures and realising the richness of Japanese culture. Becomes an assistant for Takeo Murakami a producer at Misonoza doing seminars on Kabuk.
1991. 11 Visits theatres in London and Paris. Starts doing seminars on Kabuki as a lecturer for over 12 years, for more than 100 times which comes to around 5000 people in total.
2006. 7 Moves to the sales division after being engaged in production.
2013. 3 Retires Misonoza. From the wish to introduce Kabuki to a broader audience, decides to make Kabuki no Gakkou.
2013. 3 In the same month, out of thankfulness to the theatre and Kabuki, the idea for the school becomes clear.
2013. 8 Preparation starts for making the school.
2013. 9 Goes to Prague with Tono Kabuki Preservation Society. Does a seminar on Kabuki.
2014. 3 Opening of Kabuki no Gakkou.

How to enjoy Kabuki
Kabuki originally started as a type of popular Japanese drama. Each district had its own Kabuki which expressed their characteristics.

Our school is for people who wants to enjoy and to get to know Kabuki. Our pricipal with 25 years experience in the theatre is here to introduce you with original seminars and funny plays by Kabuki puppets. Our lectures are enjoyable and educational for all and we hope that it will be a chance to get to know Japanese culture.

We also welcome travel agencies, educational institutions, welfare facilities and from other groups who are interested.

We are here to cater to your needs and provide you an introduction to Kabuki.

Cast

Producer Tachiki Tsuneo
Lecturer Tachiki Tsuneo
Starring Tachiki Tsuneo
  Izumono okuni
  Kuroko kun
  Nagoya sanza
  Others

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【Educational institution group 2】 Lectures for primary schools
【Children ・ other group】 Lectures for
Kindergartens ・ nurseries
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