Learn how to move elegantly in a kimono, and express yourself through graceful dance.
“Nihon-buyo” Japanese dance has its roots in Kabuki, in which all performers are male, but also contains added elements for female dancers. As a traditional performance art in Japan, it is popular both in its own right and as a method for learning elegant bearing while dressed in a kimono. Learn this elegance for yourself under guidance from a master, through delicate yet expressive movements. Because of its slow pace, this dance form is even suitable for complete dance beginners and those unaccustomed to athletic practice.