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2020.02
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2020 Setsubun Festival-Geisha with the Geisha Ren and Fun with Setsubun

Time:​ ​18:00

An exorcism event in Japanese traditional culture “Setsubun Obake”

Nagoya's oldest restaurant, why don't you spend time with your geisha and maiko happily with "Setsubun Oka"?

"Setsubun Oka" is an event to disguise the demon by dressing up on Setsubun Day.
Kawabun Setsubun Festival, a geisha turns on a person that everyone knows, and it's completely different from the usual Japanese dance, and it's easy to understand the story of the year's topic. I will show you.
(In 2019, the USA and Nishigo of Taiga were in the program. Please look forward to what kind of program this year will be.)

Even those who are not familiar with geisha can feel free to enjoy,
If you are familiar with the Geisha-ren, you can be surprised, "Can you do this kind of art?"
Please participate in such a fun event.

-Details-

Dates Mon. 3 (Mon.), Mon. 4 (Tue.), 2020
Time: 18:00 ー21:00  (17:00 reception)​ ​
Reign ¥ 25,000 (Admission fees, meals, beverages, tax Fri., are inclusive of service charge.)
We have banquets such as Ehomaki and other meals
Drinks Free drinks Beer, sake, shochu, wine, whiskey, oolong tea, juice, etc.
Geisha with hair dressed up for you
Those who can dress and wear hair together are welcome.

-Schedule-

17:00 Reception
18: 00- Performance viewing
19: 00〜 Mochitsuki Kinako and bean paste can be served later
19: 15- Meal

* If there are children and minors, please eat in a private room.
* In the case of a private room, a room charge of ¥ 5,000 will be charged.

-The origin of Setsubun hair-

"Setsubun Oka" is an event to disguise the demon by dressing up on Setsubun Day
In the lunar calendar, Setsubun is the end of the year, and it is considered a day for the demon to come. There was a challenging ceremony and beans sowing in the sense of driving off demons. As a part of this, this ghost, dressed as a costume and driving away demons, is a fun festival that was widely held in the private sector, mainly in Kyoto, from the Edo period to the early Showa era.

After that, it declined rapidly after the world war 2, and now it has only been left in Kyoto Gion and Osaka Kitashinchi etc.
This is a special day where grandmothers are dressed in kimono, men are dressed up, and women are dressed up in dresses that transcend their status and attributes. It was thought that the pilgrimage to all four temples and shrines in that disguise would reduce the trouble of one year. It's a fun event close to the Italian Carnival and American Halloween.