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Geisha Evenings in Kanazawa:
2016 Autumn Performance At Traditional Teahouse Kaikaro
[ Term ] October 3 - November 11, 2016
[ Dates ] Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (18 performances)
[ Time ] 18:00-19:00 *Time may change.
[ Place ] Teahouse Kaikaro (Higashi Chayagai district)
[ Language ] Operated all in English

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Regular Ticket (sold on the day of performance) *Updated July 15, 2016 officialsite_button.gifofficialsite_button.gif

S-seat: ¥7,500

First Row
Limited to 9 seats / Served with a tatami chair with a backrest
*Children (aged 5-15): ¥6,500

A-seat: ¥6,000

2nd & 3rd Rows
Limited to 22 seats / Served with a tatami chair with a backrest
*Children (aged 5-15): ¥5,000

B-seat: ¥5,500

4-6 Rows
Limited to 22 seats / Served with a stool
*Children (aged 5-15): ¥4,500

E-zone: ¥3,500

Last Rows
Standing ticket per person /
Limited to 15 people
*Children (aged 5-15): ¥2,500

[ About Advanced Tickets ]
*They are preparing advanced tickets sold only on their website. You will purchase an advanced ticket at a discount, but it’s not refundable. *Advanced ticket is not available for E-zone. *Online ticketing will start in August.

[ NOTE ] If you already planned to visit Kanazawa around the 4th weekend of October, we highly recommend you to book an accommodation ASAP. Kanazawa Marathon 2016 will be held on the Sunday (Oct 23th). All hotels will be packed with the people from all over Japan to join the event, especially for the Saturday night.

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