The Kabukiza theater, spiritual home of the 410-year-old performing art, reopened Tuesday in Ginza, Tokyo, after a three-year hiatus following extensive renovation work.

As part of the “kokera otoshi” series of performances to commemorate the grand opening, both veteran and young actors will perform onstage during the new theater’s first shows. They will run until next March.

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