What is Kabuki?

KABUKI is a form of traditional Japanese theater which began performing during the Edo Period in the 17th century. These theater groups traveled the lands to perform for villagers and commoners, not for royalty and the privileged. Predominantly made up of male actors dressed in extravagant costumes and supernatural makeup, they shared stories of love, moral conflicts and historical events. We hope that while you dine with us, you too can share stories with those around you.

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