Uncover Old Hollywood’s Iconic Film Palace at Saban Theatre

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Ideally located on the eastern fringes of Beverly Hills, lies a Wilshire Blvd icon. Formerly known as the Fox Wilshire Theatre this monolithic art-deco edifice is a historic venue listed on the country’s National Registry of Historic Places due to not only its influence on Hollywood cinema and its evolution but also the grand personalities that once premiered films within the very premises. Constructed as far back as 1930 the 0.6 acre Spanish style theatre …

Kabuki Theatre – continuing Japanese tradition

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  The novel Kabuki Theatre was a structure made of wood back in the 1889. It is now a major attraction among locals and foreigners who love to enjoy the traditional kabuki performance. After this great stadium was built caught on fire and faced a great destruction in 1921. The second kabuki theatre or commonly known as Kabuki-za was fire proof along with the customary Japanese architecture and western building supplies and lighting apparatus. It …

Geisha – A Japanese Tradition

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  Japan, known as the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’, is a place where the future collides with the past. It is a land of duality where the old and the new exist side by side. The Japanese archipelago consists of nearly seven thousand islands although it is the biggest four, Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu, which are widely known. Together the four islands make up most of the country’s land area. Japan is a …