Japanese Kimono and Japanese Dance – Nihonbuyo in Singapore

Japan is a beautiful and fascinating country. Millions of tourists flock to Japan each year to experience Japanese culture first hand.

Hundreds of thousands of Singaporeans have been to Japan, some of them multiple times. The country ranks as one of the most popular holiday destinations for Singaporeans.

Talk to a regular holidaymaker in Singapore about the most memorable holidays of their lives and there’s a good chance they would regale you with stories of their trip to Japan.

Among other things, what makes Japanese culture enticing is its unique and mesmerising music, classical and folk dances and traditional dressing – the kimono.

This has given birth to Japanese cultural and dance groups all over the world. In addition to providing exciting and beautiful Nihonbuyo (Japanese dance) performances, a number of such groups also give Nihonbuyo dance lessons, as well as lessons in Kimono dressing. They also provide photo taking opportunities for you to get a snap of yourself, along with your friends and loved ones dressed in beautiful traditional Japanese kimonos.

Reitoku Kai is a Japanese Dance Group in Singapore. Our practice is only a 10-minute walking distance from Tiong Bahru MRT.

So whether you wish to re-enact the beautiful memories of your wonderful holiday to Japan, just fascinated by the idea of trying on a beautiful Kimono, keen on learning how to perform the enchanting Nihon Buyo in Singapore, or just wish to enjoy an amazing Nihonbuyo performance by an expert, make your way to Reitoku Kai for an unforgettable experience.

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