Hagamos Rakugo!!!

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Buenas a todos!!!

Este es un mensaje para todos aquellos que os encontreis en Tokyo en estos dias.
El proximo 25 de marzo se va a realizar un evento en el area de Sendagi (Tokyo) donde cualquier extranjero podra vivir la experiencia del Rakugo (la explicacion de lo que es Rakugo esta explicada en el folleto informativo) gracias a la colaboracion del centro cultural Yanesen y del profesor de Rakugo San-yutei Enzaemon. 

Basta con saber lo mas basico en cuanto a Japones se refiere, es como teatro pero a lo tradicional, mucho mas tradicional que el Kabuki. 

El Rakugo es una de esas tradiciones japonesas que poco a poco se van perdiendo debido a que las nuevas generaciones no estan nada interesadas en este tipo de experiencias y no es una practica que se realice en centros..etc, con lo cual es poco usual que tanto japoneses como extranjeros (lo mas raro es que lo hagan los segundos) puedan recibir lecciones de como realizar Rakugo correctamente desde un profesor de Rakugo verdadero.

Yo voy a ir, porque no se si tendre la experiencia de hacerlo de nuevo, y mas vale hacerlo ahora que no luego cuando sea tarde y no pueda volver atras ^^.

Asi que por favor para todos aquellos que esten interesados en vivir Japon culturalmente y quieran pasar un buen rato (hora y media en principio) hablando con otros extranjeros, recibiendo clases de este profesor (por ahora solo el 25 de marzo) o simplemente vivir la experiencia, enviad un email a una de estas dos direcciones:

  e-mail: info@ti-yanesen.jp

La explicacion de lo que es el Rakugo la teneis a continuacion ^^

Why not try Rakugo?

Experience Japanese Culture with Rakugo

Try Rakugo

Rakugo is a storytelling tradition that emerged from three cities in the early modern age—Kyoto, Osaka, and Edo (now Tokyo). In Edo, Rakugo was called “Otoshibanashi.” The Chinese character “raku” can take several meanings, depending on the context of the word in which it used. “Rakugo,” the compound of “raku” and “go,” means the end of a story. Rakugo stories typically end with an unexpected turn of events or a play on words.

Many Rakugo stories are humorous tales set in “Nagaya,” houses partitioned lengthways into smaller units, a popular style of dwelling for commoners living in small communities of the Edo Era. Rakugo performers use only two simple props, a folded paper fan and a facecloth (a tenugui), to draw their audiences through a time-slip of sorts into scenes of life from Edo. The story of a rakugo performer is typically filled with laughter and tears: it emotionally rouses the audience to help them better absorb the human lesson or moral of the story. Rakugo is especially popular downtown, which means it isn’t highbrow.  Yanaka, the neighborhood around Yanesen, is associated with great Rakugo performers of the past, Kokontei Shinsho and San-yutei Encho. Many modern-day performers, successors of the Rakugo culture, are living here today. The neighborhood has a coziness long nurtured by the love of the people who live here and come here everyday. Rakugo is a traditional culture of Japan that helps learners of Japanese language feel and understand the unique sensibilities and emotions of the Japanese people.
At a live Rakugo performance in Yanaka, the master begins by telling a Rakugo story, then coaches the participants, one by one, as they try to tell a story the master has taught them. If you do it well, the master will give you an honorable Rakugo performer’s name, testimonial, and commemorative tenugui. Why don’t you come to Yanaka, the traditional Rakugo town from Edo, and try it yourself?
We are waiting to see you! 

Master: San-yutei Enzaemon
Date: Friday, March 25, 2011
Place: Tourist Information Yanesen 
Reception: from 6:00 p.m.  Performance: from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Fee: \1,500 per person
Fixed number: 8 persons
Level of Japanese: Must know at least simple Japanese
Reservations and inquiries:       Tel.: 03-3828-7878
                                               e-mail: info@ti-yanesen.jp
Access:  5-minute walk from Sendagi Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
                Access map: ti-yanesen.jp

Os dejo algunos videos de rakugo tambien ^^




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  1. joder que suerte, una pena no poder estar en japon ahora.
    Un saludo
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