A theater continued to be loved by the locals.
A two-story wooden theater built in 1937. It is a full-fledged theater equipped with a revolving stage and runway, and the magnificent entrance is said to be inspired by the Kabukiza Theater in Tokyo. During its peak years in the 50s, it attracted many people with performances by theatrical companies, song shows and rokyoku, or storytelling with shamisen accompaniment.
It has been designated as the city's important cultural property, and on days they do not have performances, visitors are free to explore the theater including the stage, backstage room and the basement where you can take a look at the related documents. As the name "Nagame", which means "view" in Japanese suggests, the view from the second floor is a must-see.
|Address||1635 Omama, Omama-cho, Midori City, Gunma|
|Hours||9:00 - 16:00 (Last entry 15:30)|
|Closed||Tuesday (The following Wednesday if Tuesday is a national holiday)|
|Admission||Individual/Adult 300 yen, Elementary & Junior high school student 150 yen, Pre-school children Free
Group (20 people or more)/Adult 250 yen, Elementary & Junior high school student 100 yen
Holders of a physical disability certificate, mental disability certificate or certification of the psychiatric disordered and 1 caregiver/ Free
|Reservation||Not required for touring the facility. Required to use the facility.|
|Payment Method||Cash only|
|Remarks||Please contact the facility if you wish to know the fee to use the facility.|