Maiko dinner show where you can easily experience Japanese traditional culture

2019.12.13

Kyoto maiko dinner show that can be booked from a minimum of 1 person up to 2 hours before . A Kyoto-certified interpreter guide will give you an introduction to the traditional culture of Kyoto while explaining Maiko and Hanai in English.

Features of “Karasuma Rokkaku, Hiroki Hanarere”

1.A minimum of 1 person can be booked up to 2 hours before the start. You can pre-decision with your smartphone and experience a smooth service without cash.

2.You can learn and experience the traditional culture of Kyoto, Maiko and Hanai, through English translation by an authorized Kyoto City interpreter guide.

3.The food you will have for dinner is the seasonal tastes of Kyoto’s long-established “Osaka Ioi” and a set of Japanese sake drinkers from all over Japan.

Dates: Every Tuesday, Friday, Sunday
Holding time: From 18:00 to 20:00 (scheduled end) ※ Opening from 17:30
Opening name: Karasuma Rokkaku
Access: 150-2 Ostayacho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto
Held contents: 18:00 banquet, appreciation of meals, parlor play, commemorative photo, explanation of the charm of Hanai, Q & A, etc.

Official site (English):https://koanhanare-maiko.com/
Official site (Japanese):https://jp.koanhanare-maiko.com/

Advance reservations can be made up to 2 hours prior to the event from the official website. The minimum number of participants is 1 person, so you can participate from 1 person. Of course, it is also something that Japanese people can enjoy. In addition, we can accommodate up to 20 people, and in the case of a charter, we will respond to inquiries regardless of the day of the week or time.

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