for all levels
By appointment 7 days a week, from 9am to 10pm
Your home or dance studio
(a 10 sq. meter room is all that is needed)
Outfit & equipment
Towel, water, pillow,Yoga mat optional
5 classes – 10 hours: 400 euros (4 months validity)
10 classes – 20 hours: 600 euros (8 months validity)
20 classes – 40 hours: 1000 euros (12 months validity)
Unique 2 hours class: 100 euros
First trial offer - 1 hour : 50 euros
* Transportation fees inside Paris inclusive
Payment by several installments accepted
Subscription cards are strictly personal and can be neither returned nor
Discount rates for couples and groups
Appointments rescheduled within 24 hours before the date planned: without
Same-day cancellation submitted to a 50 % penalty
Same-day cancellation without prior notice will be fully charged.
Private lesson is intended for women only.
Men training possible upon recommendation.
(Regular class is for women and men)
From 3 days to 1 month
For 3 to 20 students
For all ages and levels
Example: 1 week,
3 hours per day, for 15 students
of kimonos possible)
We have created a new website devoted to traditional Japanese dance: dansejaponaise.fr.
* We can rent kimonos only for our workshop.
Come visit it by clicking here.
for all levels
am to 1:40 pm
12:00am -2:00 pm including the preparation of kimono.
Gymnase des Lilas
(Centre sportif des Lilas)
5, rue des Lilas 75019 Paris (M° Place des Fêtes)
*you can use the
tickets of Butoh class
Rates without membership:
1 class = 20 €. 4 classes = 70 €
Rates with membership: 1 class
= 17 €.
1 year pass 300 €
Membership fee to the association
NUBA: 35 €
/ 1st year
/ from 2nd year
Ways of payment : Directly
to the professor. check or cash.
Once purchased, tickets are not reimbursed.
Tickets are nontransferable to others.
1 year pass : Valid to 1 year from
Renting of a kimono 1 time
= 10 €
* We order your kimono (Yukata) to Japan. Reservation
In Japanese dance, wearing the kimono
is indispensable for two main reasons.
It is necessary to know that the kimono is a bearer of the entire philosophy
of Japanese traditional dance; it is not only an accessory.Wearing is
desirable for training to move correctly and practice exercises, and especially
to give beauty to the carefully measured gestures.
* Before the war, kimonos were worn every day in Japan but today one has
to go to school to learn how to wear a kimono. Juju Alishina has a diploma
in the art of the kimono and in class you can learn these methods with
a Yukata (basic Kimono in cotton).
DVD of the Japanese Dance
Cie NUBA, Documentation Centre for Traditional Japonese
Company NUBA receives every month newest recording of
theater KABUKI, NOH and NIHON BUYOH (Japanees Dance) from Japan. We
organise evening projections and discussions with our students of dance
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