In Japan, Kabukiza is one of the most traditional theaters where Kabuki is performed. Woman was not allowed on the stage because it was considered an act to disgrace the stage.
The Kabukiza was built in 1889 in the Meiji period for only Kabuki performances. Although it burned down several times because of an earthquake and the Pacific War, Kabuki-za was rebuilt each time. There has been undergoing restoration at Kabukiza since 2010 and will open on April 2nd, 2013. A new building which will be a Kabukiza’s museum is built the next to the Kabukiza and called “Kabukiza Tower.” Visiting there, you will know about Kabukiza more than Japanese do. So, you can teach them.