Japan has the most beautiful fall leaves on the planet. The season is characterized by picturesque walks in profound environments. The countrys autumn nature is outwardly, and equally impressive is a long-standing culture that lives on in ancient cinema from Noh to Kyogen. It is a land where ninjas still roam about in reality, and mythical creatures thrive in classic theater. Geishas are not mere history, you can catch a glimpse, and even chat one up in conversation. All these experiences were cut short by the pandemic, but they are back bigger and better than ever! Enjoy the best of Japan through Video on demand experiences. No need to take a flight or book a hotel, among other tedious holiday chores. Simply kick back on the sofa and embark on a video tour!
Video on demand is an experience that replicates a tour into a video format you can watch anytime. This new business model is powered by the partnership channeled through the Japan Culture & Arts Profitability Enhancement Project
. The project came up in the aftermath of the coronavirus. It is a government-collaborative effort reeling in companies such as Yamaha Corporation and Activity Japan to offer support and a way forward for the tourism industry. Heres more on what you can expect from these Vimeo on demand experiences
1. An adventure in classical Noh
Noh is customary Japanese theatre; it is a way of life and emblem of interesting traditionalism. Viewers can experience Noh in a variety of ways through Video on demand by The Kongo School. Discover the pillars of Noh and the historical Kyoto sites that breathe life into the set. You can also watch a Noh play about son and father embarking on a Buddhist adventure and more!
2. The best of satire through Kyogen Yuzen
Kyogen offers an excellent cultural pick-me-up to soften the heart and free the mind. Let loose through Kyogen performances entailing dramatic acts between husband and wife and a play about a man inviting a priest to pray for defiant mushrooms to stop growing in his house. Whats more, living national treasure Mannojo Nomura will take you through Kyogen basics and history!
3. The fate of Toei Kyoto Studio Park hangs in the balance
Toei Kyoto Studio Park is in danger! A bomb is set to go off in 24 hours, claiming the lives of all the tourists visiting the park! A Vimeo on demand experience by the Studio takes viewers into the heart of a real-life action movie, spiced up by time travel that recreates Edo Japan to perfection.
4. Sneak peek into the ongoing of an Iga Ninja House
Iga ninjas are famous for their martial arts and wide range of trickery in both unarmed and armed combat. The Iga Ryu ninja house museum offers ancient and skillful demonstrations as these ancient assassins embark on an epic video quest. Viewers get a behind the curtains look of life inside a traditional ninja house in addition to watching all manner of explained ninja trickery and objects.
5. Natures autumn excellence at Kyoto Botanical Garden
Kyoto Botanical garden is a paradise of nature within the former capital. A video experience compiles picturesque overhead showings of vivid colors, modern architecture, and beautiful ponds filled with birds' songs. At night, the foliage still twinkles with life thanks to illumination. Visitors can observe the wonder of nature both day and night in 4K HD via a Vimeo on demand tour entailing a drone.