Engei(Acrobatics, paper cutting, traditional magic) workshop
Professional performers bring you traditions such as, acrobatics, paper cutting and magic tricks, of the type still popular today in vaudeville theater. Visitors can join in, and have the opportunity to make simple paper cut shapes “Kamikiri”, try “kasamawashi”, where a ball is rotated on a parasol without dropping it and try traditional magic “Wazuma” that has been handed down from ancient Japan. ※Contents may vary depending on the day.
Every Saturday from 9 April 2016 ～ 25 March 2017 (Excluding 31 December 2016).
12:30～, 14:00～, 16:00～ (30 minutes per workshop)
Edo-Tokyo Museum 5F permanent exhibition area
Free-for-all on that day
Free (Admission fee for Permanent Exhibition is charged for the museum)
- Organized by
Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
- Supported by and in cooperation with
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
- Supported by
RAKUGO GEIJYUTSU association
＊All programs and performances are subject to change without notice.