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Noto Engekido能登演劇堂

Theater

"A 20-minute walk from Noto-Nakajima Station on the Noto Railway Nanao Line. ""Noto Engekido"" is the popular nickname for the Nanao City Nakajima Cultural Center, a culture facility in Nanao City, Ishikawa Prefecture. Supervised by actor Tatsuya Nakadai and the Mumeijuku acting school, this theater was opened in 1995. Making use of the spaces inside and outside the hall, theater-goers can enjoy performances designed to naturally draw the audience in and make them feel a part of the stage. The theater can accommodate 651 viewers and has wheelchair and family seats as well as a cloakroom, ensuring families with children can also easily enjoy their time here. Inside the theater building, there is a cafe corner and library, providing other ways to have fun here in addition to plays. On performance days, non-stop shuttle buses operate from nearby major stations."

place

Ishikawa Pref. Nanaoshi Nakajimamachinakajima Upper 9 Nanao City Nakajima Cultural Center (Wajima / Noto / WakuraArea)

phone 0767662323
place

[Reception] 9:00-17:00

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Address
Ishikawa Pref. Nanaoshi Nakajimamachinakajima Upper 9 Nanao City Nakajima Cultural Center [ map ]
Area
Wajima / Noto / WakuraArea
Phone
0767662323
Hours
[Reception] 9:00-17:00
Closed
Monday, Public holiday, New Year's Holiday(12/29-1/3)
Fees
It depends on the performance
[tour fee] individual 300 yen (phone confirmation required in advance)
Parking Lot
Available(150spaces)
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.