Built in 1857, at the end of the Edo period, the Kabuki stage was originally located in the fishing village of Funakoshi near Daio Promontory in the Shima Peninsula. The building is comparatively large for a rural Kabuki stage of the period, having a total floor area of 240.3 m2. The interior of a full-scale Edo period kabuki stage with a revolving stage is displayed. Explanations are provided by the volunteers during the designated period.
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<Special Exhibition>An Important Tangible Folk Cultural Property of Japan - The Kabuki Stage-

<Special Exhibition>An Important Tangible Folk Cultural Property of Japan – The Kabuki Stage-

  • Date:Every Saturday and Sunday from May 13th (Sat.) to May 28th (Sun.)
       (May 13th (Sat.), 14th (Sun.), 20th (Sat.), 21st (Sun.), 27th (Sat.), 28th (Sun.))
  • Time: 10:30 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Place:  Kabuki Stage from Funakoshi (20)
  • Explanation: Robata-no-kai (a Minkaen volunteers group)