The National Bunraku Theatre was established to preserve the traditional Japanese art of Bunraku.
The five-story building houses a 753-seat Bunraku Theater with modern facilities and a 159-seat Small Hall, where a wide range of genres are performed, including Kabuki, dance, traditional Japanese music, and popular and folk arts.
|National Bunraku Theatre
|Varies depending on the performance (10:00-18:00 for the exhibition room)
|unscheduled holiday (e.g. on a bank holiday)
|Varies depending on the performance (free of charge in the exhibition rooms)
|1-12-10 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
A short walk from Exit 7 of Osaka Municipal Subway Nihonbashi Station. Or a short walk from Kinki Nippon Railway Nihonbashi Station.